Social Studies (specifically American Goverment)

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What could be some future challenges for freedom of religion in the 1st amendment?

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    What if a religion preached that since it was the only true faith, then its adherents should kill nonbelievers?

    What about the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance? (This phrase was inserted in my lifetime.) Should atheists be faulted for not saying the Pledge of Allegiance?

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