25 years later, houses of worship living up to spirit of Disabilities Act (ANALYSIS)

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Sanctuary of Bet Shalom synagogue, in Minnetonka, Minn., designed by Bentz/Thompson/Rietow with a building committee that included those with disabilities. Photo courtesy of Philip Prowse Photography

Sanctuary of Bet Shalom synagogue, in Minnetonka, Minn., designed by Bentz/Thompson/Rietow with a building committee that included those with disabilities. Photo courtesy of Philip Prowse Photography

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(RNS) Although the the law didn’t require accommodation and accessibility in places of worship, many went ahead and did it anyway.

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  • Bernardo

    And the better, less expensive and safer solution? Tear down these houses of worthless worship and convert them to parks.

    Worthless worship?

    The “vomit-inducing” cases of pedophilia and cover-ups will simply hasten the decline of all religions as they finally go extinct from their own absurdity.. It is time to replace all religions with a few rules like “Do No Harm” and convert all houses of “worthless worship” to recreation facilities and parks.