Sep. of Church and State means I can worship where I want with hordes of people, it works both ways..right Libby?
You show me where in any law, constitution, etc, where the Church must listen to the State.. Seperation works both ways even in these Covid19 times
nobody showed me any rulings, laws, etc.. I win, you fail
- Patrick4024Lv 72 months agoFavourite answer
If that is your desire, nobody is going to stop you. But, do not start crying the blues if you do get the virus.
- 2 months ago
Yes and no . You can pray anywhere as long as it doesn’t effect others freedom.
- Anonymous2 months ago
All this means is no state can make a law disregarding any religion.
- RWPossumLv 72 months ago
I'm not sure how the Supreme Court would deal with this, Conny, but so far the pastors have been using common sense and I think they will continue to do so, or the great majority. I have the right to separate myself from idiots, and so do store owners. Word gets around.
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- MurzyLv 72 months ago
Not if it endangers other people.
- megalomaniacLv 72 months ago
Separation of church and state doesn't mean that religious people are somehow magically exempt from laws or social practices. It means that religion is not meant to be used as a basis for law-making. Everyone still needs to follow laws and government health codes regardless of people's religious convictions.