“It's become part of the common parlance ... you go to any city council meeting, [and you'll hear] 'You can't do that. It violates the separation of church and state.' People believe that's what the Constitution actually says," Eastman tells Breitbart News.
Eastman blames Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a group which often goes to court in order to strip religion from public arenas, for keeping the phrase's incorrect usage alive and well.
Eastman's new course for Prager University, a learning site now available as an iTunes app, debunks the cultural misunderstanding.
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