Majority of Muslims want Islam in politics, poll says
A majority of Muslims around the world welcome a significant role for Islam in their countries' political life, according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center, but have mixed feelings toward militant religious groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah.
According to the survey, majorities in Pakistan, Egypt, Jordan and Nigeria would favor changing current laws to allow stoning as a punishment for adultery, hand amputation for theft and death for those who convert from Islam to another religion. About 85% of Pakistani Muslims said they would support a law segregating men and women in the workplace....
It is not just liberals who want separation of Church/State, but also many conservative Christians. It was a group of Baptists who asked Thomas Jefferson about this "Wall" between Church And State. Reply to Danbury Baptist Association
Too many Christians had seen state churches in New England before The Revolution. This first-hand experience made many Christians want separation between Church/State. Many Baptists influenced by the tradition of the Anabaptists, q.v.,The Anabaptist Story also wanted (and want) separation of Church and State. Theonomy is solely something that Christians should avoid sponsored by others, and not sponsor such ideas themselves.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Muhammadism doesn't believe in separation of Church and State.
That's it, indeed.
Ironic how attempts by liberals to separate church and state have so effectively weakened Christian influence in our culture that it is leaving us much more open to Islam, a far more formidable opponent of the separation-of-church-and-state folks, to gain the ascendency here in the West.