The Fallacy of Separation of Church and State

The Founding Fathers believed that government’s role in religion should be limited.  We cannot discount that the First Amendment begins, “Congress shall make no law” either establishing a state religion or prohibiting the free exercise of religion.  Rather than articulate an affirmative responsibility for government to protect religion, the Founding …

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Church, Not State, Is the Answer

Religious institutions should not ask the state to solve problems we have the capacity to address ourselves. Yet, in every city across this country there is a need that faith-based leaders talk about from the pulpit and then expect government to answer. In doing so we are shirking our responsibilities …

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