I'm talking about someone passing a law solely because it's a reflection of their religious beliefs - e.g. a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.Originally Posted by PSPHax0r9
This isn't about "bias" or "motives." It's about someone directly implementing a tenet of their religious beliefs as law, thus suppressing our ability to decide for ourselves based on our morals and our religious beliefs. It's about someone else thinking they're morally superior to us and passing laws that limit our personal freedoms because of their faith.
If there were a constitutional ban on gay marriage, we'd have instituted a Christian belief as an American law. That's a violation of separation of church and state.