Challenging the abuse of religious privilege. (via Salon)
Most people think that you have to believe in God to believe in Satan and that the later makes you evil. Most don't realize there are theistic and atheist Satanists. I had one of the later as a math professor in college. A lovely and exceptionally moral fellow. Their church had a version of the Ten Commandments that was similar to the one (or should I say ones) in the Bible minus the vain God parts. He held the strong belief that Satan didn't exist as an entity (consistent with his belief that God didn't either), but rather was a symbol of liberty, enlightenment and questioning. Some atheistic Satanists cite entropy as the manifestation of Satan- although that is an entirely different form of the belief.
In any even the notion held in much of the country that this is a Christian nation needs challenging. It is the rights of the minority rather than the will of the majority that needs protection and enforcement.