“She never said they didn’t have any claim.”
Yes, I noticed that prior to post. I don’t think that changes my response.
Regarding praxis, most Protestant Christians have no praxis at all. This contrasts rather strongly with traditional Catholics and big O Orthodox Christians, who have practise obligations which track much close to traditional Judaism and Islam. (It’s also why Russia, for example, doesn’t permit evangelical proslytizing; they consider it teaching people that a watered down version of Christianity is acceptable.)
This lack of formal praxis leads, of course to whats commonly termed as “easy believism” in some circles.
In things like “we want prayer in school,” there is an unspoken “but only Christian prayer.”
Possibly, but in general, my experience is that when Christians are asked if, given a choice between NO prayer and prayer of ALL religions, they choose the latter.