Since the Constitution establishes no teligion (while guranteeing religious freedom); since it akcnowledged no religion as the official religion of the USA; then the Constitution creates a republic separate from, apart from (call it what you will) religion.<quoted text>
No...not a SECULAR document establishing a SECULAR republic. That is nuts.
It established a FREE republic. Secular means apart from religion. The Constitution provides the freedom of religious expression and practice without government intervention.
You secularists just love to rewrite history to silence religion and its influence in the public square but the constitution was intended to do the opposite.
In short, a secular republic. As for trying to "silence religion in the public square," the Constitution makes no laws intended to either express or silence religion.
The Constitution is a SECULAR document. The freedom of the free republic is largely due to that secularism.