Thomas Jefferson acknowledge the existence of a Creator when he wrote The Declaration of Independence. And technology and science do not in any way negate anything in the Constitution. The same limits against the federal government should exist today as they did when the Constitution was written. You twist the first amendment to suit your needs. In regards to religion, the first amendment reads as such: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;" That means that Congress cannot establish an official religion. And Congress cannot prohibit the free exercise of religion. No where does it say that no laws can be made based on religion. The Constitution and the bill of rights were written to limit the federal government. They were not written to limit the citizens.
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