Read a January 2011 article posted by Americans United for Separation of Church and State about the efforts of high-profile Tea Party members to promote in Congress the doctrine that America is a “Christian nation.”
A survey taken two weeks after The Passion of the Christ’s premiere by the San Francisco-based Institute for Jewish & Community Research found that among those who saw the film or were familiar with it, 83 percent said it had no impact on the extent to which they feel contemporary Jews are to blame for Jesus’ death. Two percent said The Passion made them more likely to hold Jews responsible, and 9 percent said the film has made them less likely to hold today’s Jews responsible.
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