XI. Freedom of Religion, Article III, Section 5;

A. Free Exercise Clause (Conscientious objector / Benevolent Neutrality doctrine) – The benevolent neutrality theory believes that with respect to these governmental actions, accommodation of religion may be allowed, not to promote the government’s favored form of religion, but to allow individuals and groups to exercise their religion without hindrance. The purpose of accommodation isContinue reading “XI. Freedom of Religion, Article III, Section 5;”