On January 16, 1786, soon after the United States of America came into existence as a sovereign nation, the Virginia General Assembly adopted Thomas Jefferson’s landmark Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. This statute then became the basis for what we know today as the First Amendment, which guarantees religious freedom to all people residing in the U.S.A. Every year since then, a statement is released on this same day by the president of the United States officially proclaiming Religious Freedom day.
We should remember what life was like before religious freedom was protected. We are thankful to live in a time where equality is very important. Religious freedom is a wonderful thing that should be fully appreciated and celebrated.
Some healthy ways to talk about religion is inviting some of your friends over for dinner and talking about how religious freedom positively impacts their lives. Religious freedom is a significant part of our society and should be greatly appreciated every day.
The health insurance field provides access to health care to anyone who needs it. Health Insurance is something everyone can get regardless of their religious beliefs.