2/18/21 – MRFF Exposes Insurrectionist USAFA Grad Lt. Col. (USAF-Ret) Brock’s Telltale Hallmarks of Dominion/Fundamentalist Christianity

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3 Comments

  1. Reina Pennington

    Thank you, Mikey Weinstein. I’m a monthly supporter, and an Air Force veteran. I’d like to see the Air Force, the military, and our country remember what separation of church and state is all about. MRFF helps.

  2. Edwin

    The term “Separation of Church and State” is not in the Constitution. Those words were written by President Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptist Association in Connecticut in the year of 1802, assuring them that the government will not have any say within the Church. What President Jefferson meant was that the Church would be protected from the government, not the government protected from the Church.

    Within his letter, he emphasized the words in the first amendment, “or prohibit the free exercise thereof”, which is exactly what people uses those words for, lawyers and judges alike. Even those who went to school to study law doesn’t even know that part of the law. They break the law by violating the constitution every time they prohibit anyone from practicing their religion, including within the government.

  3. Tom O

    Edwin: has anyone ever said that the phrase “separation of church and state” is in the Constitution? Neither are the phrases “religious liberty,” “religious freedom,” or “freedom of religion,” all of which theocrats regularly claim that the Constitution protects.
    You wrote that the government should not be “protected from the Church:” in what specific ways do you believe that church and state should not be separate?
    What part of “establishment of religion” do you not understand?

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