Any attack against Christianity and Judaism in America using the fallacy of "separation of Church and State" is an attempt to further undermine Constitution & Liberty.
The Fallacy of “Separation of Church and State”
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- I totally agree with the main point of that message.
I want to mention one interesting notion regarding 'separation of church and state'. The creator of below video believes it was meant to protect Americans from religions such as Islam. That became law in 1786, which was the same year Thomas Jefferson met with 'barbaric pirates' to discuss the jizya (tax that infidels had to pay to Muslims) which was as large as 6% of total budget then. Jefferson studied Koran and figured Islam is intertwined with politics because it comes with Sharia law, and that pushed founding fathers to establish the law to 'separate church and state'. The video publisher says that is her opinion, and actually that notion is the supporting argument of hers to ultimately assert 'U.S. passed a law in 1786 to ban Islam from being registered as a religion' 'just as Slovakia recently did'.
I have heard that 'separation of church and state' is meant that churches wanted to make sure that government would not interfere with churches, which I believed. I also agree that what ACLU etc is trying to do is simply wrong based on their misinterpretation of the 1st amendment. I don't know why the factor of Islam has not been discussed by more scholars (well, I think I know: it is the same reason why the fact that Jihad killed 270 million ppl has not been taught in the US History textbooks..) Anyway, I thought 'Islam' being one reason for the 'separation of church and state' was interesting perspective.
youtube.com - How America Passed a Law to Ban IslamAug 7, 2017
- So absolutely fucking wrong.
The United States of America never was and never should be a Theocracy.
Under the first amendment it says Freedom OF Religion.
It doesn't say Freedom FROM Religion.
This means all Americans can practice whatever religion they choose.
If you further read into the 1st amendment it also says Congress shall make no law respecting a Religon.
The law has been broken for a very long time.
We have to pay taxes to label Jewish and Muslim foods.
No American should be forced to pay taxes for any religion. Yet we are still to this day for food labels for jews and Muslims.
So Houk I do not support your Unconstitutional stance to force Americans to respect any religon including Judaism and Christianity.
The United States of America was never a Theocracy.
If you want to live in a theocracy go to Saudi Arabia or Israel.
There has always been a separation of church and state.
Also do not combine Christianity to Judaism. They are completely two different religions who believe in two completely different gods.
Only Zionist Traitors try to lump Christianity and Judaism together to try to support the claim of the stolen lands of Palestine.
Israel is a illegitimate state.Aug 9, 2017
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