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Re: [thehugsproject_annex] Separation of Church and State...interesting reading.

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  • Sinshack@aol.com
    Amen! It s freedom OF religion, not freedom FROM religion. Julie S. ... From: K@ren To: thehugsproject_annex@yahoogroups.com January
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      Amen! It's freedom OF religion, not freedom FROM religion.

      Julie S.


      -----Original Message-----
      From: K@ren <thehugproject@...>
      To: thehugsproject_annex@yahoogroups.com

      "January 16th, 2008 by Brian Ridley
      Source: Daily Toreador

      The term "separation of Church and State" does not appear in the
      Constitution or its amendments.

      What is actually stated is you have the freedom to choose your own
      religion. The government cannot force you to pray to its, or any
      other, God.

      When the first amendment was written with the freedom of religion,
      the founding fathers meant there would be no state-sponsored religion
      that people would be forced to join.
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