It's time to end the unholy concept of separation of church and state. Matthew 6:24 says "No man can serve two masters...". Government and religion cannot be separated and when God and government conflict, it's God that has the priority, not the government. The Constitution places heavy restrictions on government, but forbids any restrictions on religion. That makes religion the controlling authority, not government. That means religion can do anything it wants, anywhere and at anytime and government has no say in the matter. Religious freedom comes first, and the government comes second. And that Constitutional reference to religion is to the Judeo-Christian religion, and NOT to some minor heathen religion or atheism. America is founded on the Judeo-Christian belief system, not on Hindu, Buddhist or Islamic beliefs. And certainly not on Evolution-ism, Humanism, Darwinism or atheism. It's time the Christian religion took its rightful place at the helm of the US government. https://boilingthefrogs.wordpress.c...ate-politics-and-religion-nor-should-you-try/ It takes intentional deception or just plain ignorance to believe that our Founding Fathers intended or would tolerate any restrictions on religion. They did place heavy restrictions on Government…. And the original language contained in the Constitution is not at all ambiguous: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;” What’s so difficult about that? It is only convoluted by those who seek to undermine this freedom—because they don’t like it. Well, no matter if you like it or not…. and no matter how hard you try, you cannot separate politics and religion. More importantly, and contrary to the secular-left hand-wringers who hyperventilate at the mere thought of Christians… the result is not ‘one extreme or the other.’ In fact, even in the perfect Judeo-Christian world, Judeo-Christian teachings do not call for a theocracy, nor should it. But no one has EVER addressed this highly volatile subject more beautifully or more wisely than our Founding Fathers. Our founding Fathers did not embrace the Judeo-Christian principles because they were religious zealots, they embraced the Judeo-Christian principles because they are the principles of goodness, the principles of morality and the principles of justice. Now, if you actually read the U.S. constitution, its purpose is clear: To restrain government, not religion. The problem was not religion… the problem was government interference with religion. .