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Thomas Jefferson’s infamous phrase has long been used as a convenient excuse to push religion aside. And now, with religious hostility on the rise in our culture, it’s even being used as a license to outright discriminate against people of faith.
But is this what Jefferson wanted? Was he really endorsing religious discrimination? What did he actually mean by “Separation of Church and State?”
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- Why Jefferson did not advocate to include “separation of church and state” in the Constitution
- The full context of what he actually meant by this phrase when he included it in his letter to the Danbury Baptists
- 5 key insights that reveal his true beliefs about religious liberty, and how — contrary to popular belief — he was actually one of its greatest advocates.
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