Fundamental Rights and Christianity vs. Satanist

Fundamental Rights and Christianity vs. Satanist

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CHRISTIANITY VS. SATANIST

FundamentalRights and Christianity vs. Satanist

Thefirst amendment bans aids to religion to present historical meaningof the historical clause. Permission of monument based on religiousgrounds arguing that if the Ten Commandments monument is built whynot Baphomet. This paper aims to discuss what entailed for the TenCommandments that cannot be included in the Baphomet. It also aims topresent the separation of church and first amendment rights

Questionsof church separation and the first amendment right

Thefirst amendment fails to say about church and state separation or aline of separation between the state and church, where was the ideaderived? Is the amendment part of the law? Is it constitutional tospeak about the public school? Are the Ten Commandments in theSupreme Court chambers? How would be the bible be inclusive in thehistory curriculum? What is the first amendment?

Questionif ten commandment can be displayed, why not Baphomet

Ifthe Ten Commandments are not inclusive in the government, why isreligious neutrality not upheld? The monuments are notconstitutional, so why should the state stop others from having theirown monument? Is the church and state separate in regard to settingthe monuments? Are all the religious monuments legitimate? If true,why are other monuments not upheld?

Findingthe Questions

Iwill get the answers to the questions by reading the books andarticle presented in the annotated bibliography and trying to reviewthe basic ideology inherent in it. As a matter of fact, one of thequestions in regard to Christianity has posed many questions inregard to the 10 commandment. I will also study the basis of religionand the 10 commandment to understand whether the basic monuments areconstitutional to be embalmed in the public places. I will alsointerview several people to get their views in regard to the Baphometand the Ten Commandments in order to get a general view of people.

Thequestions can also be answered by checking on the shortcomings in themethods of my research and how the shortcomings affect the results.This will be imperative in refining the methodology and learn fromthe mistakes. Then, I will present an open up for the futurediscussions and the feasible areas of interests and give the ideasthat follows

AnnotatedBibliography

Curry,T. J. (2014). Thefirst freedoms: Church and state in America to the passage of theFirst Amendment.Oxford University Press, USA.

Thesource is about the first freedoms for the state and church duringthe passage of the first amendment. The source answers the questionsof whether the first amendment bans aids to religion to presenthistorical meaning of the historical clause

Blair,L. (2015, September 8). SatanistsPetition Arkansas to Place Baphomet Statue Next to Planned TenCommandments Monument.Retrieved from Christian Post:http://www.christianpost.com/news/satanists-petition-arkansas-to-place-baphomet-statue-next-to-planned-ten-commandments-monument-144814/

Thesource is about the Satanists petition Arkansas to the place theBaphomet monument next to the ten commandment monument. It tries tolook at the permission of monument based on religious grounds arguingthat if the ten commandments monument is built why not Baphomet

Miller,N. P. (2012). TheReligious Roots of the First Amendment: Dissenting Protestants andthe Separation of Church and State.Oxford University Press

Thesource is about the religious roots of the first amendment written byMiller in 2012 where he argument and enrich the interpretation byrecovering its discursive and cultural contexts specifically thereligious contexts. The religious roots of the 1stamendment has contribute towards the church

Importanceof the Issue

Theissue of religious doctrines and followership is an important areathat the state has found itself entangled in. Satanists have filed apetition to place their stature in the Ankas capital close to the tencommandment monument. It is imperative to consider the basic ofreligious consideration of monuments and legality.

References

Curry,T. J. (2014). Thefirst freedoms: Church and state in America to the passage of theFirst Amendment.Oxford University Press, USA.

Miller,N. P. (2012). TheReligious Roots of the First Amendment: Dissenting Protestants andthe Separation of Church and State.Oxford University Press

Blair,L. (2015, September 8). SatanistsPetition Arkansas to Place Baphomet Statue Next to Planned TenCommandments Monument.Retrieved from Christian Post:http://www.christianpost.com/news/satanists-petition-arkansas-to-place-baphomet-statue-next-to-planned-ten-commandments-monument-144814/