Bavaria Places Christian Crosses in State Buildings to Reflect ‘Christian Values’ | CNS News

CNS News: Bavaria’s Minister President, Markus Söder, a member of the Christian Social Union political party, recently had Christianity’s most recognized symbol, the cross, placed in government buildings. The head of the left-wing group, Jan Korte, voiced their disproval asking why the CSU group couldn’t do something to bring the people together, rather than to divide.

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Markus Söder, the minister president of Bavaria and member of the Christian Social Union political party, said the crosses are not to be viewed as state-sanctioned religious symbols but as a “clear avowal of our Bavarian identity and Christian values.” Crosses already are compulsory in Bavaria’s public school classrooms and in courtrooms.

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