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Do you think the "Wall of separation between church and state" is being misinterpreted?

Total Votes: 1008


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  • Bee posted at 1:21 pm on Sun, Nov 4, 2012.

    Bee Posts: 1

    Were you aware that separation of church and state in the US began because many of our STATES prior to the revolutionary war taxed individuals to support the predomenant church within that state. If you disagreed you could move to another state. The diversity of religious choice in America is because of this separation.

  • ewingcrew posted at 1:51 am on Sun, Nov 4, 2012.

    ewingcrew Posts: 3

    No , it is not being misinterpreted ... It does not exist in the Constitution....

  • Momazilla posted at 2:33 pm on Fri, Nov 2, 2012.

    Momazilla Posts: 1

    The term "Separation" was meant to separate the Civil (State) government, from the church's authority, which might be the only "law" available at that time. It was Never meant to ban religious symbols or expression for the public forum.

  • dre777 posted at 4:56 am on Tue, Oct 30, 2012.

    dre777 Posts: 1

    render uno the state what is the states and unto GOD what is GODs,
    Pay you taxes and work, but give unto GOD what he asks for your heart, soul and mind.
    the churches tooday do not give unto GOD what is GODs they donot follow his ways nor obey his commandsments, this leads to why they are in trouble and many are falling away.
    a house that is divided cannot stand, now with all the different names and groups they make people confused, when the church that is the real church decides to stand out in the open comes along then and only then will you have separation the true follows of the real church are comming out and the so called decieved church goers of today that call themselves christians think that this is jewish talk but if you really dig deep and pay attation you will see that all that we are supposed to do is GODs sabbath, GODs feasts, GODs commandments, plainly as JESUS says, If you love me keep my commandments

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