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J_William_Ryan

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8. Religious liberty is not 'in jeopardy.'
Thu Aug 11, 2022, 06:44 PM
Aug 2022

Separation of church and state is in no manner detrimental to religious liberty, practice, or expression.

Establishment Clause jurisprudence is in no manner detrimental to religious liberty, practice, or expression.

Prohibiting government from promoting or endorsing religion is in no manner detrimental to religious liberty, practice, or expression.

Requiring religious entities that contract with government, providing government services, to abide by policies that prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation is in no manner detrimental to religious liberty, practice, or expression.

The notion that religious liberty is somehow ‘under attack’ is a lie contrived to justify the un-Constitutional conjoining of church and state, the un-Constitutional codification of religious dogma into secular law, and the un-Constitutional effort to marginalize minority faiths and those free from religion.

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