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Q: The establishment clause is part of which amendment?
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What amendment contains the Establishment Clause?

The first amendment contains the establishment clause


When was the establishment clause first enacted?

Officially, the first establishment clause was enacted in 1947, but there is debate over whether or not to include the Establishment clause as part of the 14th Amendment in 1868 or as part of the original Bill of Rights.


What type of conduct or actions the establishment clause prohibits?

The Establishment Clause is part of the First Amendment. It keeps Congress and other government office out of religion, they cannot define religion or religious practices.


The free exercise clause and the establishment clause of the First Amendment concern which right?

religion


What are the Two parts of Freedom of religion?

The First Amendment states that Congress will not make any laws establishing religion and that there would be free exercise of any religion. These two clause make up what is called the Establishment part of the First Amendment.


Where is the free exercise clause located?

The Free Exercise Clause is usually referred to as the Establishment Clause of the First Amendement to the United States Constitution. The Establishment Clause of the First Amendment reads: " Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. "


In what two ways does the first amendment protect freedom of religion?

The Establishment Clause and the The Free Excercise Clause


What are the names of the two religion clauses found in the first amendment?

The establishment clause and the free exercise clause


What are the names of the two distinct religions clauses found in the first amendment?

The establishment clause and the free exercise clause


Does the First Amendment prohibits an established national religion?

The part that says "Congress shall pass no law respecting the establishment of a religion, nor inhibiting the free practice thereof" The first part of this amendment is often called the "Establishment Clause".


In the amendment there is actually two separate protections involving religion one being establishment clause and what?

free exercise clause.


The First Amendment freedom of religion is governed by two distinct clauses What are they called?

The free exercise clause and the establishment clause