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What is the best state and city to live in in the US for a christian family?

We are planning to move pretty soon to the US, but we wonder what you guys think is the best place for a christian family to live and why. Thank you!

Asked By: Lillybabypr - 4/28/2007
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Houston Texas... More
Answered By: Larry R - 4/28/2007
Additional Answers (9)
Most states acept any beliefs but i think the northern states are better for religous people. try asking on the american yahoo answers.
Answered By: klbblk - 4/28/2007
 
It depends what you mean as best city for a Christian family... More
Answered By: FaZizzle - 4/28/2007
 
A state of knowing that it is not what goes into a man that defiles him. It is what comes out. There are good people and bad people, good churches and bad churches everywhere. There are conservative people and liberal hippies everywhere. That is why the church inside of us is such a vital thing. All that being said... More
Answered By: Sleek - 4/28/2007
 
stay away from NY, florida, california, NJ, washington dc,
Answered By: liqsteal - 4/28/2007
 
I would think probably in the South somewhere, everyone is Christian in the south! I live in Oklahoma, aka the Bible belt... now that may interest you....
Answered By: Sam H - 4/28/2007
 
Greenville SC or Lynchburg VA- they both have big religious schools and are ruled by them.
Answered By: Ralph - 4/28/2007
 
We really have freedom of religion in the usa, so you can pretty much go anywhere. Southern states have and advantage of warm weather. The midwest has alot more conservitive values.
Answered By: matt s - 4/28/2007
 
Any smallish town in Texas. I've lived in Texas most of my life and never ran into any discrimination because of my beliefs.
Answered By: DB - 4/28/2007
 
Oklahoma is the state you want, its got alot of space the people in the small towns are friendly and they do believe in the lord Jesus, just like the other person said , go to Oklahoma, its a well kept secret, just ignore oral Roberts I think he's on some special medicine.
Answered By: georgy porgy.com - 4/28/2007
 
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