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Is it Unconstitutional for the Federal Government to Favor Religion Over Non-Religion?

We often hear mention of the separation of church and state. Usually, its mention is accompanied by the claim that the government cannot favor religion over non-religion; any instance of such, according to the Separationists, violates the United States Constitution. Though it may come as a surprise to many, the phrase separation of church and state has no mention in the Constitution. To support their allegation of unconstitutionality, Separationists must rely on a flawed interpretation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion . . . Consequently, the erroneous exegesis leads them to affirm the demonstrably false principle that the …

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