The Constitution may prohibit discrimination on the basis of religion, but

The Constitution may prohibit discrimination on the basis of religion, but

The Constitution may prohibit discrimination on the basis of religion, but should common sense? After all, to give extreme examples, religions have advocated such things as cannibalism and human sacrifice. What stops people concealing any sort of immorality or false beliefs under the label of religion?

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