The Constitution of the United States, Art. IV, declares that "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office, or public trust under the United States."
This clause was introduced for the double purpose of satisfying the scruples of many respectable persons, who feel an invincible repugnance to any religious test or affirmation, and to cut off forever every pretence of any alliance between church and state in the national government.
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