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Church and State

Church and State

Reading Quizzes

Available to teachers only as part of theTeaching Church and StateTeacher Pass


Teaching Church and StateTeacher Pass includes:

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Religion and the First Amendment

Questions

1. Where does the phrase "separation of church and state" appear in the Constitution?

Answers

1. Trick question: it wasn't. It was first used in a letter by Thomas Jefferson (who had no part in the writing of the Constitution) over a decade after the Constitution was ratified.