Today is a National Day of Prayer. And no, Google doesn’t have a special logo for this one, either.
And in San Francisco, they don’t like the fact that this day is dominated by Christians.
The day has been taken over by evangelicals,” said Robert Boston, a spokesman for Americans for Separation of Church and State, which is organizing an alternative event in Oklahoma City featuring several different denominations. “It’s legal, as legal challenges to it in the past haven’t been that successful.”
The reason: The National Day of Prayer events are organized by a private organization, not the government.
Might have something to do with the fact that three quarters of Americans say they’re Christian. But hey, I’m just going out on a limb there.