There is no separation of Church and State in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The premise comes from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to a Baptist congregation in Maine that feared overreaching government power.
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There is no separation of Church and State in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The premise comes from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to a Baptist congregation in Maine that feared overreaching government power.
Read more at http://eaglerising.com/5872/teacher-confiscates-bible-2nd-grader/#XBsJFmLfFc3vDJCe.99
There is no separation of Church and State in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The premise comes from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to a Baptist congregation in Maine that feared overreaching government power.
Read more at http://eaglerising.com/5872/teacher-confiscates-bible-2nd-grader/#XBsJFmLfFc3vDJCe.99

“There is no separation of Church and State in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights.  The premise comes from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to a Baptist Congregation in Maine which feared over-reaching governmental power!”

Read more: http://eaglerising.com/5872/teacher-confiscates-bible-2nd-grader/

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