The “Religious Liberty” Bill can help Georgia eliminate state-church separation. Those preferring “God’s law”, and their personal, sometimes bizarre interpretations, trumping civil law, might consider why others want to avoid theocracy.
Our nation’s Constitution excludes mention of supernatural deities, including Allah, “God”, or others. Pro-HB757 legislators should point out that, if it is a sincere religious belief, anyone may avoid serving or employing those with tattoos, “You shall not make any … tattoo marks on yourselves: I am the Lord.” — Leviticus 19:28. Or any women with gold, pearls, or braided hair, “I want women to adorn themselves … modestly and discreetly, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly garments” — 1 Timothy 2:9.