Let’s say you had a relative who fought and died in World War II and who was an atheist (or a Jew or a Hindu). Let’s say the government told you it was going to honor your relative’s sacrifice to our nation with a 43-foot cross atop a mountain in San Diego.
Is this acceptable to you – a cross honoring your deceased, non-Christian veteran?
It’s not to a lot of people. Yet that’s exactly what’s going on at Mt. Soledad in California.