Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s controvesial comment about religion and the constitution

The First Amendment framers did not intend to strip religion of its uniqueness, or to make it exactly equal to every secular institution in society. To the contrary, the establishment clause aims only to keep government from singling out certain religious sects for preferential treatment, not from showing any favoritism to religion in general.” University of South Dakota law professor Patrick M. Garry, author of Wrestling with God

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