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Should the government have the right to impose their ideals on churches and other religious institutions?

Asked by: SegBeg
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  • It's against the whole concept of freedom of religion

    Just like the church should not impose their ideas on the government, the government should not impose their ideas on the church. This is not saying that no laws can be made about religion, but it does mean that the government can't shut down a religious group for believing differently than them. People are allowed to practice religion as they want to, and if the government disagrees with their beliefs, then that's too bad for the government. The only exception to this is if the religious person or group par takes in or condones physical violence based off faith, such as jihadis (I hope I spelled that right).


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