This article is about a pastor saying that his First Amendment right to freedom of religion is being violated by not letting him hold dangerous snakes.
This is is actually a bunch of bull. I'm not religious in any way, but I think there has to be some other way to prove that your certain god cares enough about you in order to save your life OTHER than handling poisonous snakes. From a religious standpoint, this is sort of challenging his god to say 'save me and then I'll believe in/worship you.' It just doesn't make sense. There is no part in the Bible that says he MUST hold snakes in order to worship his god; the court will definitely shoot it down.
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