Why does the separation of church and state shall be inviolable?
the principle of the separation of church and state being inviolable is implied from the constitutional prohibitations that "no law shall be made respecting an estasblisment of religion .
the principle simply means that the church is not to interfere in purely political matters or temporal aspects of man's life and the state,in purely matter of religion and morals,
Explanation to Philippine constitition article 2 section 6 The separation of Church and State shall be inviolable?
In the United States, separation of Church and State is "guaranteed" by Supreme Court interpretations of the First Amendment to the Constitution, specifically the Establishment Clause .... Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, ....and the Free Exercise Clause.... or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;
This has been answered many times by the courts: Church Schools that receive no state (government; state or federal) funding do not violate the separation of church and state. Further, no classes held in a church (that do receive government funding) violate the separation clause as long as the 'church' and its religious edict (teachings) is left out of the curriculum.
The founding fathers put the basis of the separation of church and state in the Constitution in the First Amendment when it says, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." By using a particular religions viewpoint to establish laws, the Congress would be violating this clause. This has been extended to any public entity including local government and even public schools. Thomas Jefferson is given credit…