The point was, the intent at the time not what it is now. Nobody doubts that you have the right to not paracice a religion but it didn't intend to outlaw any form of religious expression even in public places which is now the challenge of atheists.<quoted text>
"The first amendment guaranteed that the government would establih no religion by which everyone would have to adhere."
Which means, for the dumb girl, freedom FROM a particular religion, right?
"It also guaranteed that people would be free to worship as they like or NOT WORSHIP AT ALL (emphasis mine).
Which would mean freedom FROM all religions, right?
Thank you, for proving my point. LOL, you people are too ridiculous.
I see the nuances are going over your head so I will leave it at that agreeing that you are free 'from' religion.