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The United States is a country where any religion is allowed and citizens can freely practice those religions, so the government should not be connected to any particular religion, but rather be a faith in the country itself, rather than a higher being, nor should it be legally forced.

 @9H7VJH8 from Pennsylvania answered…6mos6MO

yes, religion was man-made and inserted false narratives about 'God"and thy Devil into your collective conscience. your government has zero right to manipulate individuals into thinking they must follow a bible or praise a MAN MADE jesus christ. we are connected and protected, by universal love.

 @9GVVMKS  from Florida answered…6mos6MO

Yes their shouold be less governemtn involvment in religion its a free country and you shouold be able to believe in what you want to believe in.

 @9H785TX from Pennsylvania answered…6mos6MO

Religion and government need to be two totally separate things

  @TruthHurts101 from Washington commented…6mos6MO

I couldn't disagree more completely. When the founding fathers separated church and state, they meant the state should not control the church not that the church should not control the state. Government will inevitably promote some form of moral agenda or religion – and let's face it, secularism is a faith-based belief in evolution, making it a religion – and why not push Christianity, which has proved most conducive to the liberties and happiness of a free people. PS: Before you attack me with talk of the "crusades" let me remind you that these were wars of self-defence against aggressive Islamists.

  @VulcanMan6  from Kansas disagreed…6mos6MO

Nice try, but even the first amendment proves your initial argument wrong. Separation of church and state is incredibly good and important in keeping religion away from any kind of public legislation, because enforcing religious laws or values onto others is bad and wrong. Governments and law should always be exclusively secular.

Secondly, don't project your own belief's lack of evidence onto everyone else. Atheism, which you seem to have conflated with secularism, does not rely on faith to understand the objective reality of things like evolution or the age of the earth (without the…  Read more

  @Patriot-#1776Constitution from Washington commented…6mos6MO

Christianity offers the only rational explanation for the Laws of Logic. Without an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, all-powerful one true God to create the Universe, there could be no exception-less, universal logical laws as we see in the universe today. The atheist believes that nothing exists beyond the physical – there is no spiritual world or anything like that. But, I would then ask, are the Laws of Logic physical entities that we can see and touch? No. Therefore atheists who are using the Laws of Logic to argue against Creation are inadvertently proving that it's true, because, in their worldview, if it was consistent, they wouldn't be able to reason at all. They have to borrow from the theistic worldview in order to argue against it, which creates an absurdity. I await your response.

  @VulcanMan6  from Kansas disagreed…6mos6MO

I assume you are referring to the Laws of Identity, Non-Contradiction, and Excluded Middle, right? Those "Laws of Logic"? I ask because your argument that these require a god, or even a religion/spirituality, makes no sense. We made up these laws of logic when we made up language and communication. Without our sentient interpretation of the universe, assigning meaning to the world around us, the universe has no objective "logic" to begin with. The universe simply exists whether or not we were ever here to even come up with the word "existing". Logic only exists…  Read more

 @9H784MX from Nevada answered…6mos6MO

Government has no business being involved in religion, outside of regulation of criminal activity.

 @9H8YC65 from Missouri answered…6mos6MO

the church and state should be seperated, otherwise churches might get corrupted more than they already are


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