Our First Amendment reads as follows: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
With this in mind let’s see if there is a difference between state-subsidized churches and state-subsidized schools.
First, state-subsidized churches are unconstitutional as mentioned in the First Amendment Congress is making a law respecting an establishment of religion when it gives money to a church or denomination. It is also morally wrong, because it involves the politics of plunder. For example, congress taxes all Americans and gives a portion of that money to a certain denomination. Americans would be outraged if such a thing happened.
When it comes to state-subsidized schools most Americans believe that this is fine and that it doesn’t violate our First Amendment. Are they right? Sadly they are not. Our public schools all teach evolution which is a religion. Religion is a particular system of belief. Evolutionists must have faith that what they believe is true. They do not know what happened millions or billions of years ago. The evolutionists have to take all this on faith. Why then is evolution taught in state-subsidized schools. This is a violation of our First Amendment. Many Americans do not believe in evolution but they are forced to support it through their taxes. This is unconstitutional and morally wrong. If the evolutionists were forced to pay creationist ministries through taxes they would say that it is a violation of the First Amendment.
We now see that there are no differences between state-subsidized schools and state-subsidized churches. Both are unconstitutional and immoral. Americans should put a stop to this. The longer we continue in this act of disregard of the constitution the sooner we will lose our regard to our constitution.