You were deceptive when you added, "atheism" as such - Secular Humanism(atheism)- when you supplied the footnoted opinion of Justice Hugo Black.<quoted text>...Among the religions in this country which do not teach what would generally be considered a belief in the existence of God are Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture, Secular Humanism(Atheism), and others..."
Torcaso v. Watkins (1961
Atheism is right up there with Buddhism and other Religions.
But that isn't what the Judge wrote that footnoted opinion, is it?
You - fabricated - that additional portion that you added, which you then presented(or, attempted to) as what was said.
That's not all...
I'll also point out that what Justice Black supplied as his personal >opinion< carried no legal weight.
That footnoted comment made by Justice Black did not set a legal or binding precedent.
It didn't establish Secular Humanism, Buddhism, Taoism or any of those philosophies mentioned by Justice Black as - "religions".
Not even the added in, and fabricated portion -(atheism)- you attributed to Justice Black's personal opinion.