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Mount Vernon Jan 16
in 1789, the Virginia General Assembly adopts Thomas Jefferson's landmark Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, which later would become the basis for the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution:
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Sen. James Lankford Jan 16
Religious freedom is limited in other nations to weekend worship gatherings. But not here. Our First Amendment protects the right to live out a faith or have no faith. provides a moment to reflect on that incredible privilege.
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Jan 16
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” Today, on , we celebrate our freedom & reaffirm our commitment to promoting & educating the right to religious freedom for all
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Ralph Reed Jan 16
On this I am grateful for the Trump Administration's defense of the religious freedom in the U.S. and around the world, from freeing Pastor Brunson in Turkey to supporting Coptic Christians in Egypt to revoking the Obamacare conscience mandates.
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Daniel Dreisbach Jan 16
16 January 1786: "all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of Religion, & that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their civil capacities." VA Statute for Establishing Religious Freedom, 1786.
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Tom Hughes Jan 16
If America is to survive as a nation today, we must never forget that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ - not government - is the source of America’s .
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PRPCP Columbia Jan 16
In "Religious Liberty for a Select Few," partnered with to address the harms of narrow view of "Religious Liberty" and the white Christian supremacist agenda furthered by the & his Administration. .
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ReligiousFreedomCntr Jan 16
Today is . Our founding director tells us why 2019 might be a good year to start paying attention to it.
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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Jan 16
Today we celebrate . All religions have a place in America. No more harassing religious bakers. No more unconstitutional questioning (see Article VI) of judicial nominees' faith. No more forcing employers and doctors to act against their conscience.
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Mrs. Betty Bowers Jan 16
America, where it infringes on your personal liberty to be made to deliver a wedding cake, but not a rapist's baby. Happy !
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✰✰WI Family Action✰✰ Jan 16
"On Religious Freedom Day, we celebrate our Nation’s long‑standing commitment to freedom of conscience and the freedom to profess one’s own faith." By proclamation of the POTUS, today, 1/16, is
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Summer Jan 16
Happy Religious Freedom Day! Today we celebrate the signing of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. Authored by Thomas Jefferson, the Statute served as a model for the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution.
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MommaBear 😄🇺🇸👩♥🌞 Jan 18
Replying to @JimInhofe
That right of religious freedom wont be around long if these infiltrators into our country have it their way. Also that tell us we can't use God in the or we can't say need to be stopped. Everyone has a right to
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Ayman Hossam Fadel Jan 16
Don't let the Christian Dominionists redefine
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Interfaith Alliance Jan 16
Today is National --commemorating the adoption of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom in 1786. Written by Thomas Jefferson, the statute served as the basis for the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
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ADL Jan 16
As an ardent advocate for religious liberty, we remember on that millions around the world still are regularly subjected to religious persecution. Let's all recommit to our fight for equal treatment for all:
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Secular Students Jan 16
the right to choose any religion or none for yourself without any government involvement.
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Alicia Gallego Jan 16
Today is . Today is a day to celebrate our First Amendment rights and to reclaim a real separation between churches and the Government. Today we should remember that atheism is part of the religious freedom too.
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Stephanie Shore Jan 18
. Get out of my womb.
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Mi-1 Media Jan 19
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