The Muslim Times promoting secularism in every country of the world: 8 facts about religion and government in the United States

8 facts about religion and government in the United States

Source: Pew Research Center

The separation of church and state has come under scrutiny again this summer after the Supreme Court sided with religious conservatives in a series of rulings. One of the rulings allows states to fund religious schools indirectly, while another protects religious schools from federal employment discrimination lawsuits.

Americans have been debating where to draw the line between religion and government since the country’s founding. And even as the percentage of religiously unaffiliated Americans rises, church and state remain intertwined in many ways – often with the public’s support.

Here are eight facts about the connections between religion and government in the United States, based on previously published Pew Research Center analyses.

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Dr. Zia H Shah, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times

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