However this denominational divorce plays out, theology around same-sex relationships isn’t the only thing driving Methodists apart.
Separation of Church and State
A 6–3 majority sees it as noncoercive and not a violation of the Establishment Clause.
This has nothing to do with the separation of church and state.
Will they keep it in mind even if Joe Biden becomes president?
So holds a Connecticut decision, I think correctly:
Quebec Nationalists: Teachers Shouldn't Wear 'Religious Signs,' But a Crucifix Hanging in the Legislature Is OK
The Coalition Avenir Quebec claims the crucifix hanging in the National Assembly isn't a religious symbol.
Thanks to legislation that passed in March, all Florida public schools must display "In God We Trust" signage in "a conspicuous place."
Just when you thought you couldn't like Moore any less.
It is almost impossible to treat all people equally with a single system of public schools. To foster peace and real unity, educational freedom is key.
Because of church and state separation
The constitutionality of the Ten Commandments monument has been questioned
But none of that nasty heathen stuff
Which is a tad problematic
This is why the rebel colonials set up a separation of church and state
Is it a First Amendment violation?
Waved signs at games
Looking for answers at the Reason Rally in Washington, D.C.