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May 3rd, 2010
10:24 AM ET

A Supreme Court without Protestants?

The current Supreme Court has six Catholics, two Jews and one Protestant.

For most of American history, a Supreme Court with no Protestant Christian judges would have been unthinkable. Nearly three quarters of all justices who've ever served on the nation's high court have been Protestant. And roughly half of all Americans identify themselves as Protestant today.

But since John Paul Stevens announced his retirement last month, legal and religious scholars have begun entertaining the unprecedented prospect of a Supreme Court without a single Protestant justice.

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- CNN Belief Blog Co-Editor

Filed under: Leaders • Politics • Protestant

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