Death Penalty - How is this the the result of Christianity?
Who made this law? Think the old adage of "an eye for an eye" didn't weigh into it?
Jim Crow Law - According to Wikipedia it is a law that existed nearly 40 years ago and largely dealt with racial segregation? Can you elaborate on how Christianity influenced this? Or how this is relevant in current day?
Mixing of the races/people's is forbidden in the old testament, and is never ok'd by the new. The effects of this law still impact living americans today.
Slavery - Elaborate. Also I said relevant laws. I'm fairly certain slavery in the US isn't a huge thing right now.
Slavery isn't legal no, but again, it's impacts people and business still to this day. Having generation after generation of land owners leaving their estates to the next generation to inherit, is incredibely helpful to those following generations, it's how many people go to college, or buy land themselves. My great-great-great grandfather's farm greatly impacted even my father's inheritance, as it will mine. +There's a lot of big american companies that got rich off of slave labor. Really america's standing in the world as the #1 economy is the result of slave labor being legal here longer than in most places, allowing the US to prosper with it longer. Still revelant, +1.
Contraception Laws - Eh, sure. That's one.
Sodomy Laws - I said relevant laws.
There are still anti-sodomy laws on the books in many states. +1
The halting of stem cell research - +1
the teaching of creationism in public schools/the forbidding of teaching evolution in some schools - both failures of US education system, it's laughable either of these things exist.
+1 Evolution is real my friend. It's part of how we classify animals in biology for christ sake. If you take biology in school, evolution is a big part of it.
the forbidding of teaching evolution in some schools - like, say, christian schools? Wouldn't that make sense?
If it was only christian schools sure, but the fun state of kansas has repeatedly outlawed evolution taught in public schools. You should look into the many recent Kansas state supreme court ruling and you'll wonder if they stuck in the year 1812, not 2012 +1
school prayer - once again a short coming of your education system.
defunding of planned parenthood - I guess, I'm not an American so I don't understand it fully.
Barring women from gainful employment in churches - What? Women have no trouble gaining church employment, just not as priests in most denominations. Kind of like how church doctrine might forbid abortion or enforce chastity. If the woman doesn't like not being a priest, switch denominations.
Churches exempted from property taxes - eh, sure.
Liquour stores closed on sunday - most stores close on sunday. Nice try, atheism.
Most stores close early, they're not legally forbidden from being open, and it's not like people don't want to buy alcohol just because it's sunday. +1