Religion should play no part in lawmaking, although those who make the law may in some cases feel guided by their personal religious beliefs. Laws should be made for all people in the community, and can reflect the moral and ethical values of the entire community, without imposing specific religious values on those who do not follow the dominant religion of the community.
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No. No, no, no. Absolutely not. Government has to be, or should be, religion neutral.
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What role did religion play in the Revolutionary war?
they actually didnt believe u should be prsecuted for religion
None if you believe in freedom of religion. In that case they're parallel.
Religion played no role in the invasion of Normandy.
They believed that they should pruify the church of England
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The role they played in religion was by sharing all believes
they believed church and state should be seprate.
In the year 2010, absolubtly no role.
How did religion play a crucial role in the lives of New England women
Standing committees play a major role in the lawmaking process within government. These individuals are responsible for working out all of the details of the newly forming law and must determine the best approach for implementing it.
Human sacrifice was the most prominent role of religion in Aztec culture.
people had freedom of religion
Judaism is the religion of the Jews, it is not a government.
No, as religion was what kept The Empire going.
Rhode Island was religion free.
Religion should firstly provide a moral and ethical code for an individual, a nation and the world as a whole to follow. Secondly, religion should help you find your soul so you can communicate with God if you wish.
Religion played a very small role, if any. The revolutions in Russia were political.