Separation of church and state is becoming an issue in the elections.
It’s painfully obvious that neither side is listening.
However, let me give some advice to those who make the technical argument that the “separation of church and state doesn’t exist in the First Amendment.”
Reframe the debate. Ask your opponent, “Where does the First Amendment say that Christians can’t bring their values into the public square?”
Or, “Are you saying the Constitution (First Amendment) prohibits people of faith from expressing their religious views in the public square?"
Keep repeating the question.