Difference between revisions of "Freedom of religion"

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'''Freedom of religion''' is the [[liberty]] to choose one's [[religion]], and practice it without government interference.  Freedom of religion is [[right]] in [[America]] under the [[Establishment Clause]] of the [[United States Constitution]].
 
'''Freedom of religion''' is the [[liberty]] to choose one's [[religion]], and practice it without government interference.  Freedom of religion is [[right]] in [[America]] under the [[Establishment Clause]] of the [[United States Constitution]].
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It is popularly believed by many atheists that, along with freedom of religion, the [[First Amendment]] also promotes and protects the concept of "freedom from religion," but this is not true. It would be the same as claiming that it promotes and protects "freedom from speech." No one has any right to not be exposed to religion or religious speech.
  
  

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Freedom of religion is the liberty to choose one's religion, and practice it without government interference. Freedom of religion is right in America under the Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution.

It is popularly believed by many atheists that, along with freedom of religion, the First Amendment also promotes and protects the concept of "freedom from religion," but this is not true. It would be the same as claiming that it promotes and protects "freedom from speech." No one has any right to not be exposed to religion or religious speech.