Religious Liberty Rights Are for Individuals, Not Just Churches


The rights spelled out in the Bill of Rights are individual rights, not group rights.

You do not need to belong to some designated or recognized group or organization to possess them. They are yours by constitutional decree whether you exercise them by yourself or with others.

For instance, the Second Amendment protects the right of individuals to keep and bear arms, so that they can be formed into a militia if need be. It is the right of the people to keep and bear arms that is protected, not the right of the militia.

The Third Amendment protects individual homeowners from being compelled to house soldiers. You don’t have to belong to a homeowner’s association to claim that right.
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