(1) addresses fundamental and ultimate questions having to do with deep and imponderable matters; Malnak v. Yogi
1. Ultimate Ideas: Religious beliefs often address fundamental questions about life, purpose, and death. As one court has put it, a religion addresses fundamental and ultimate questions having to do with deep and imponderable matters. Africa, 662 F.2d at 1032. These matters may include existential matters, such as mans sense of being; teleological matters, such as mans purpose in life; and cosmological matters, such as mans place in the universe. United States of America v David Meyers
The Book of the Coming Forth Into the Day (better known as the Egyptian Book of the Dead) provides the most complete description of the afterlife and the path to the afterlife of any religion in the entire world.
These materials answer the religious questions demanded by the courts in order to gain court protection of equal right to first amendment religious beliefs, including but not limited to the equal right to participate in the pool or rotation of clergy to perform invocations or prayers at public meetings, equal access to public buildings and land afforded to other religions or religious groups, the equal right to protection against religious discrimination in employment, education, and housing, the equal right to protection of non-Christian marriage (especially gay and lesbian marriage), and protection of the growing, transportation, distribution, and use of religious plants including cannabis.
The purpose of this section is to prove beyond any possibility of doubt, reasonable or unreasonable, that Pr Ntr Kmt is clearly a superior and more legally valid religion than the Roman Catholic Church and therefore worthy of the protection of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Technically the courts claim that a religion isnt supposed to be tested for validity, but in practice the courts go on to test validity using the Roman Catholic Church as the standard of comparison. Ultimately all seeking their first amendment rights will have to convince the six member Roman Catholic Church majority of the U.S> Supreme Court (John Roberts, Anthony M. Kennedy, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Sonia Sotomayor) that their religion is clearly superior to the Roman Catholic Church in every possible way.
information is free
There is a widespread belief that information is free.
What if you helped support this free information?
Pr Ntr Kmt, 340 Old Newport Road #7, Newport Beach, California, 92663, USA.