FFRF Quiz - What Do You Know About The Separation of State and Church?

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The U.S. Constitution says that the United States was founded as a Christian nation, based on the sovereign authority of God in...

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How many times does the word "God" appear in the U.S. Constitution?

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How many times does the Declaration of Independence refer to Christianity or Jesus?

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The US Constitution guarantees religious liberty for...

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Where did the separation of church and state originate?

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What does the First Amendment say about religion?

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The phrase "wall of separation between church and state" originated with...

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Which early colonies practiced freedom of religion?

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The Puritans escaped religious persecution and, in their own colony, allowed religious freedom for...

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Where does this phrase appear? "...the government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion;..."

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By an Act of Congress, U.S. currency has carried the motto "In God We Trust" since...

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The Pledge of Allegiance, first published in 1892, has included the words "under God" since...

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Who made the following statement?

"Secular schools can never be tolerated because such a school has no religious instruction and a general moral instruction without a religious foundation is built on air; consequently, all character training and religion must be derived from faith . . . We need believing people."

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In 1890, bible reading was outlawed from Wisconsin schools. Who was responsible?

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The U.S. Supreme Court outlawed student-initiated prayers at high-school football games in 2000. Who were the plaintiffs in that lawsuit?

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According to the "Lemon test," in order to be constitutional, a law or public act must:

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All American Presidents have been practicing Christians.

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The U.S. Constitution says there shall be no religious test for public office.

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John Adams declared Christmas to be a national holiday

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A president, being sworn in, is required to place a hand on the Holy Bible and say "so help me, God."

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Since the First Amendment deals with "Congress," states are free to advance religion if they wish.

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