Freedom of religion

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Freedom of religion

Religions give people hope. Praying is good therapy, it give you less stress. Going to churches, temples, moses help your interaction and build friendship with other followers. Fear of going to hell keep people in-line with society. Some people need structure to follow and religion could be that structure.

Bill of Rights1. Places restrictions on the quartering of soldiers in private homes without the owner's consent, forbidding the practice during peacetime. was introduced in 1789 by James Madison, in response to Anti-Federalist . Places restrictions on the quartering of soldiers in private homes without the owner's consent, forbidding the practice during peacetime. was introduced in 1789 by James Madison, in response to Anti-Federalist

Pennsylvania state law required that "at least ten verses from the Holy Bible shall be read, without comment, at the opening of each public school on each school day." Two families sued, claiming this violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.

Freedom of Religion

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Wrongfully use to divide rather than unite humanity. Some people need a book to direct their moral values. Slow man progress, for example, stem cell research. It brainwash the worshippers. Uses fear tactics, for example, going to hell. May lead to greed, power and hypocrisy.

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The best way to protect religious liberty was to keep religion out of the government. So they created the First Amendment, to guarantee the separation of church and state.

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