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V. Seeger, 1965). 2. No one excluded from protection. The important point for citizens to keep in mind is that religious liberty, or freedom of conscience, was intended by the Framers to protect the beliefs of everyone, not just those of recognized faith communities. II. The American experiment in religious liberty. Religious liberty in America is a key part of the boldest and most successful experiment in freedom the world has known. The strength and diversity of religion in the United States is due almost entirely to the full protection of religious liberty, or freedom of conscience, guaranteed by the Constitution.
3. ” In 1791, the free exercise of religion proclaimed in the Virginia Declaration became a part of the First Amendment, guaranteeing all Americans freedom of conscience. 27 A History of Religious Liberty in American Public Life 3 Finding Common Ground: A Guide to Religious Liberty in Public Schools 3 A History of Religious Liberty in American Public Life B. From establishment to separation. The decisive battle for disestablishment came in the large and influential colony of Virginia, where the Anglican Church was the established faith.
Religious Liberty clauses. ” Taken together, these two clauses safeguard religious liberty by protecting religions and religious convictions from governmental interference or control. They ensure that religious belief or nonbelief remains voluntary, free from governmental coercion. a. State and local government included. The clauses apply equally to actions of both state and local governments, because the Supreme Court has ruled that the Fourteenth Amendment’s dictum that states are not to deprive any person of liberty makes the First Amendment applicable to the states.