SCOTUS says otherwise. End of story.<quoted text>
No, it does not.
No legislature is prevented from showing preference to the Judeo-Christian religions.
"Preference" is not an establishment of an official state religion, which is all that is addressed by the establishment clause. Nothing else is addressed but "establishment".
That's why they call it the "Establishment Clause".
There is no "preference clause". Or if you have found one, you can point it out for me.
By the way, which day of the week is the federal post office in your town closed?
Around here, it's the Christian sabbath day.
This means Jewish people can only utilize the facility 4 days other than their sabbath.
Christians can utilize it 5 days other than their sabbath.
How is this not a "preference"?
How is this not a preference:
"These and many other matters which might be noticed, add a volume of unofficial declarations to the mass of organic utterances that this is a Christian nation".
United States Supreme Court, Church of the Holy Trinity v. United States
(103 years after ratification of the Establishment Clause)
And "Preference is not an establishment"??? <rolleyes> Can't you go even one post without saying something stupid?