About a month or two ago, I noticed the the State House of Tennessee was considering a bill that would make The Bible the official state book. Official things for U.S. states are very pointless, but I'm a firm believer in the 100% separation of church and state and I'm glad it got vetoed. Supporters of it claim many different reasons why they do, but imagine those same people if they had voted to make the Quran the official state book. I don't think they would be very happy now would they? Just like the motto In God We Trust, this is a metaphoric kicking and screaming by the loss of a Christian monopoly on America which was decided long ago by the military power of European nations from Rome to Great Britain.