Join us for Lesson 6 of the new JLI course: Great Debates in Jewish History!
Separation of Church and State - Religion in Public vs Religion as a Private Affair
A 1989 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, permitting public menorah displays, deeply divided the Jewish world. Is religion designed to be a personal and private affair, or one to be paraded in the public domain? What presents a greater challenge to Judaism: the supremacy of a conflicting religion, or the predominance of irreligiosity? Where does Judaism stand on the separation of church and state?
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