[quote="rlg94086, post:4, topic:185414"]
There is nothing unconstitutional about using funding for such a project. As long as it wasn't establishing an individual denomination/religion, it isn't a problem. For example, the funding could go to various Christian churches, Catholic Churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, etc.
Regardless, I think the ACLU-types would be up-in-arms about it. There are a lot of people who consider this a breach of the fictitious "wall of separation" of Church and State.
That is not what is happening with this money, just read the article rlg94o86.
It's not being split up amoung thiests.
Let's say there is the same amount of "circumstantial evidence" that Richard Dawkins fans can get crime reduced by reading his book.
Would you be game then?
By the way, since when did praying cost money? I thought those simony days were gone now?