Definitions

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  • noun a state ruled by religious authority

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Examples

  • They talk about the Constitution, but they are interested in undermining the constitutional principle of church-state separation that protects the rights of all people of faith, especially religious minorities.

    Michael B. Keegan: Trouble With a Capital Tea

  • The SSA shows individual students and groups taking action around issues of church-state separation, freedom of speech and expression, progressive social values and civil rights for women, minorities and LGBT individuals; campaigns take place on campus and at the local, state and federal levels.

    Chris Stedman: Nontheistic Students On Campus: Understanding And Accommodating Them

  • They talk about the Constitution, but they are interested in undermining the constitutional principle of church-state separation that protects the rights of all people of faith, especially religious minorities.

    Michael B. Keegan: Trouble With a Capital Tea

  • They talk about the Constitution, but they are interested in undermining the constitutional principle of church-state separation that protects the rights of all people of faith, especially religious minorities.

    Michael B. Keegan: Trouble With a Capital Tea

  • They talk about the Constitution, but they are interested in undermining the constitutional principle of church-state separation that protects the rights of all people of faith, especially religious minorities.

    Michael B. Keegan: Trouble With a Capital Tea

  • They talk about the Constitution, but they are interested in undermining the constitutional principle of church-state separation that protects the rights of all people of faith, especially religious minorities.

    Michael B. Keegan: Trouble With a Capital Tea

  • The regional NLRB is simply applying to adjunct faculty a legal standard for church-state separation that's been in place for decades, according to Michael Broyde, an expert on church-state law at Emory University School of Law.

    Catholic college faces crisis of faith, labor laws

  • The regional NLRB is simply applying to adjunct faculty a legal standard for church-state separation that's been in place for decades, according to Michael Broyde, an expert on church-state law at Emory University School of Law.

    Catholic college faces crisis of faith, labor laws

  • Beshear had raised concerns including that the state would lose control of an important public asset, and constitutional worries related to church-state separation.

    Modified Kentucky Hospital Merger Is Unveiled

  • They talk about the Constitution, but they are interested in undermining the constitutional principle of church-state separation that protects the rights of all people of faith, especially religious minorities.

    Michael B. Keegan: Trouble With a Capital Tea

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