Mens: I respectfully disagree. That our Constitution can be replaced is provided for in the Constitution itself by allowing the convening of a new constitutional convention; once that occurred there is nothing to prevent the delegates from tossing out what we have and starting from scratch just as the Founders did with the Articles. Even a minority group could, with the right distribution among the various state legislatures, completely abandon all the principles upon which our democracy has rested and establish a theocracy or some other equally onerous concept.
Until such time, no religion or group of religions have the right to enshrine their religious beliefs in legislation; that is specifically prohibited by the 1st Amendment. So while Fundamentalist may think they have a god given right to do so, such a right does not exist and therefore they cannot logically claim it.
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