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TierasPet October 16th, 2013 2:25am

Do you believe there is a true separation between church and state?

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lmurder MDK
10/15/13 8:48 pm

Not in Utah! Religion affects law there.

2katz I live in Nebraska
10/15/13 8:44 pm

Not with the govt dictating that personal faith convictions can be overridden by aspects of legislation.

bringstheeagle Colorado
10/15/13 8:29 pm

As a Christian - I agree there is separation and I agree it should be more. In recent years I believe the line is somewhat blurred. I think it's somewhat more balanced under Obama but not enough. One man's view.

Wert A picture of my junk
10/15/13 8:28 pm

I believe there should be, but it doesn't exist.

dotails DotUrTsAndCrossUrEyes
10/15/13 8:28 pm

That's impossible.Church is a people. Unless u get people or certain people out of the state...In the original letter's context was separation of denomination and state&even one way meaning the state could not dictate the what the church stood 4.

LilL44 Stuck In Suburbia
10/15/13 8:19 pm

no but there should be.

10/15/13 8:12 pm

Yes but not enough.

KudosToYou California
10/15/13 8:04 pm

Not even remotely.

10/15/13 8:05 pm

Should there be is what Tieras means

KudosToYou California
10/15/13 8:08 pm

Then absolutely, yes,

doctalk not all who wander r lost
10/15/13 8:23 pm

There is no separation between "Giverment" and ANY organization that has money to buy votes. Nuff said!!

10/15/13 8:25 pm

Again, not is it de facto. Is it there jure per constitutionem?

ksterk16 Oregon
10/15/13 7:50 pm

Is there? No. Should there be? Yes!

10/15/13 7:46 pm

No, not fully. There should be more separation than there is now, IMO.

10/15/13 7:38 pm

True as in it supposed to exist or true as in it exists in theory but not reality?

10/15/13 7:53 pm

True as it is supposed to be.

10/15/13 7:54 pm

There absolutely is supposed to be

Jack14 Massachusetts
10/15/13 7:36 pm

"Under God" and "In God we trust". You tell me.

10/15/13 7:56 pm

I don't believe they are separate at all and it causes quite a few political problems. I wonder how much more functional government might be if there was more separation. I'm not that day will ever come though.