JFK speech on Church and State and Religious Advisors - How does Donald Trump Relate

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vic1980

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JFK speech on Church and State and Religious Advisors - How does Donald Trump Relate

[video=youtube_share;8yYvETlqZek]http://youtu.be/8yYvETlqZek?t=1s[/video]

Discussion on this is very important.

Shalom
 

Johnny_B

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Copeland ‘You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes his name in vain."

The Lord doesn't talk to
heretics unless it's to repent. You really need to do some research, separation of Church and state is not in the constitution, Jefferson wrote a letter to the AnaBaptists, saying that the separation of Church and state is in this, that the state can not be involved or make Law as to one Church over another, but the state can receive instruction from the Church, but not visa versa. It's not about government getting advice from the Church it's about the state establishing a Church run by or approved by the state. Reads the first amendment. And quite listening to Copeland, his teachings are NOT Biblical.
 

EarnestQ

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What is your point or question in posting this video?
 

peacenik

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Johnny_B

[FONT=&quot]You really need to do some research, separation of Church and state is not in the constitution, Jefferson wrote a letter to the AnaBaptists, saying that the separation of Church and state is in this ...[/FONT]





Please see my previous post re James Madison and his Memorial and Remonstrance which was a call for disestablishment. It was composed TWO years before the Constitution was enacted and represented the aims of the Founders. Further reading on disestablishment:

Separation of Church and State in the United States - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History
 
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If there's leaven in the mix, it's all leavened.