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Barry Lynn

Barry Lynn is a religous leader with ties to the Lehigh Valley area. Lynn, born in Bethlehem, Lehigh and Northampton County, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Boston University's School of Theology and Georgetown University's law program. A reverend, he is also the Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
Barry Lynn is a religous leader with ties to the Lehigh Valley area. Lynn, born in Bethlehem, Lehigh and Northampton County, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Boston University's School of Theology and Georgetown University's law program. A reverend, he is also the Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. « Show less

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  • Complaint filed with IRS over homily by Peoria bishop

    Complaint filed with IRS over homily by Peoria bishop
    A prominent advocate for the separation of church and state filed a formal complaint with the Internal Revenue Service Thursday, accusing the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria of violating federal law by intervening in a political campaign.
  • Burke's idea to continue free water is all wet

     
    Friday's print column, below, is a revised and extended version of a blog posting yesterday Ald. Ed Burke, 14th, made a splash, so to speak, Wednesday when he called for allowing religious schools and houses of worship to continue getting...

    House approves bill to allow religious symbols on war memorials

     
    The House on Tuesday approved a measure that seeks to permit religious symbols in war memorials, a response to a court ruling declaring unconstitutional a cross atop a San Diego war memorial.

    Obama promises faith-based initiative

     
    by Mike Dorning, updated Courting evangelicals and other religious voters, Barack Obama today called for an expansion of President Bush's initiative distributing federal aid to church-based groups that provide community services. "The challenges we face...

    Obama-anxiety: Liberal allies wondering

     
    by Peter Wallsten Slowly over the past few weeks, some of President Barack Obama's most fervent supporters have come to an unhappy realization: The candidate who they thought was squarely on their side in policy fights is now a president...