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the Myth of Seperation of Church and State

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The American people have been lied to for many years…

No where in the Constitution does it allow Christians to be persecuted like they are these days.

No where in the Constitution does it allow Atheists to have a religion, (Atheism) protected by the Government, If a Cross represents and or depicts an establishment, of a religion then the lack of a Cross
at a Grave, deprives a Christian of the same.  

Can I saw that it is stupid to believe that Christianity was not already an established religion before the Constitution was written.   Yes, you hear correctly, Establish, means To set up, to create, to ensure or to otherwise generate and fabricate. 

How can you create what has already been created.  This nation was created, established as a nation of believers, who are free to pursue their own brand of beliefs including religion, this includes the lack of a religion which itself is a religion, and why not, who else would put such energy into fighting God but someone that was a believer in non-belief.  As such non-belief, or the pursuit of Atheism, must be a religion just as the worship of any person or non person would be respected as a religion.  Under the constitution they are free to believe or not to believe they are free to believe in any prophet, or personage they wish.

Congress shall make no law respecting an
establishment of religion, or prohibiting
the free exercise thereof…

One thing seems clear prohibiting, the free exercise of religion
is a violation and when you start to say that you can no longer
display a Christmas tree, in public, is that not prohibiting the free exercise of religion?

This idea that the separation of Church and State requires that the government must interfere with every single interpretation of any prayer, or any other liberty this is just insanity.

 

The plain language shows that the First Amendment restricts only Congress’ powers!

The People of the States are free to establish (or dis-establish) any religion they want – this is one of the powers retained by the States or the People!  Several States did retain their established religions after ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1789.  We saw that in 1807, Presbyterians in Chester, N.H. sold a Quaker’s cow for non-payment of the Minister’s Tax.  Not until the Toleration Act of 1819 did the Legislature of N.H. make it illegal for towns, as corporate bodies, to raise money for the support of the gospel. Connecticut did not dis-establish the Congregational Church until they adopted their Constitution of 1818 (see Article Seventh). Massachusetts did not dis-establish the Congregational Church until 1833.