Can a governor prohibit the free exercise of religion?

Your State’s Constitution should say that congress shall make no law establishing religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.

But can a governor ban religion by prohibiting the free exercise thereof?

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. This is not legal advice.  I believe that tyranny must be resisted, and that acquiescence waives your right to complain.  Resistance is not futile. Do not be assimilated.

The right to free exercise of religion is a God-given right. The Declaration of independence says that the laws of nature’s God entitle the United States to exist.  It then goes on to declare that governments are instituted among men to secure Creator-endowed unalienable rights.

And since government is instituted to protect rights, you have a Constitutionally guaranteed, government protected, right to worship together*. It is protected until waived. A right must be protected. Government was created – “instituted among men” was the phrase used in the Declaration of Independence – to protect rights. Ordained was the religious term they used to establish your State’s Constitution.

* Christ himself gave his followers a command. In the only ministry event that is recorded in all four gospels, He told us to sit down in groups of fifty.
Can a governor prohibit what the Bible commands?
Hebrews 10:25  tell us “Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, ”
The Apostle Peter told us to obey God, not men in Acts 5:29.

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