"In doing so, they undermine the premise that the government serves believers and nonbelievers equally," Judge Steven Bernard wrote"
If this judge views this in the light of quote, "the Constitution's provisions for religious liberty" unquote, then he obviously does not know what the words "religious liberty" actually mean. In fact I would suggest he has a problem with "liberty" within the cumulative variety one finds within the nations population today.
Obviously his decision exemplifies the fact that he is anti religion, probably specifically Christianity.
To use his own words - (he) undermine(s) the premise that the (judiciary) serves believers and nonbelievers equally.
REP wrote: Suppose you were alone (perhaps watching an evangelistic broadcast) while joining the invisible Church, if you didn't also join the visible Church, how could you also "obey [those in the visible Church] who rule over you" (Hebrews 13:17)?
You're not listening to the answers are you!
I guess because you are Roman Catholic and not of the true Biblical Church, you are not going to receive the truth. Then of course being RC you are going to go for salvation by human works and church tradition. It is obvious you cannot leave it all up to God, Christ and the Holy Spirit.
Try and accept who is really in charge of the Christian Elect and their lives. Let me help - it is not a mortal.
"Have you submitted to Christ yet?" Is a question you'd like. But it is not Biblical - can you see that?
It is interesting from our perspective that you cannot perceive the REAL Church, and confirms our views of the Roman idolatrous works based system.