On August 24th, residents of Kissimmee, Florida will have a chance to vote to make the city motto: “In God We Trust.” Kissimmee Mayor Jim Swan told News 13’s Stephanie Coueignoux, “This is a Christian community, and we all have strong Christian beliefs in this community.” It is unbelievable that there are no non-Christians in Kissimmee, Florida–and untrue. According to Sperling’s, only 40% of the population in the city affiliates with a religion at all. And of that minority, there are a smattering of Jews and even fewer who practice Eastern religions. The majority of the religious are Christian. But what of the large majority who are not religious at all?

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