The First Amendment. Early writings of the USA founding fathers. Recent Supreme court rulings on church and state. The meaning of "separation of church and state" given by the Amendment and by the Bible. Knowledge of websites which speak to this matter.
I am an ordained minister earned degrees: BA, BTh, MDiv and almost thirty years in parish work.
I have also studied the First Amendment and believe that I have a good understanding of what our founding fathers meant by writing it.
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