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Should pastors have to submit their sermons before the government to be okayed to preach?


Is this not against the first amendment? Does this not break seperation between church and state? Our founders gave us separation of church and state so that we would not be imposed on by the government!! I think Gods people need to obey Him and let this government worry about its own problems! What is your take?

 

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    johnny bargo (mrconspiracy) 3 years ago

    The "Him" I'm speaking of is God, not man. Sorry, maybe I should have clarified that a little better.


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    JThomp42 3 years ago

    This came from the new homosexual female mayor who wants all sermons, comments, talk in the pulpit about herself. Keep on wishing lady. You are indeed infringing on these Pastors rights under the 1st amendment.


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