Originally Posted by donkhater
(1)As it pertains to a specific religion, then, yes, a separation of church and state is appropriate. I don't believe I've denied that.(2) I'm just merely suggesting that the laws of our society did not just evolve with us. (3)Feelings of empathy and justice are not the result of random chance.
(4)The absolute wall between the state and religion (in general, not a specific religion) is hard to achieve and I dare say impossible.
1) No, that's not what the Constitution says.
2) They were derived from many sources, including the (Native American) Iroquois.
3) Morals and ethics are not dependent upon religion.
4) It's far from impossible, and it's necessary to a free society.