"We should...be able to see that our interest would be best served not by asking the state to promulgate our values but by forbidding the state to promulgate any values at all. If the state can espouse some value that we love, it can, with equal justice, espouse others we do not love."
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Richard Mitchell
(1929-2002) Professor at Glassboro State College, NJ, author, founder and publisher of The Underground Grammarian
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Religion is: an object of conscience, an ethic(s), a moral(s) or an orientation of correctness / enlightenment, believed sufficiently conventional and sacrosanct as to enable an attributable action (a value system instead of a government of law). Religions foundation, through fruition, encompasses self obligated pursuits and devoted values based on said enablers. A god or other relegated source of such enablers may or may not be instrumental in defining a religion. Ethic(s), morals(s), an object of conscience or an orientation of correctness - enlightenment, a value system (religion), can not lawfully be legislated. JUSTICE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IT ! ! !
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