Feb 1, 2020, 9:52 AM
—“Would a P government endorse a religion?”–Tim Abbott
P-law allows the truthful reciprocal construction of any form of government and any economy as long as it’s stated in strictly constructed p-law.
A continuation of the european sovereigns under rule of law by natural law of reciprocity, that we see in the proto-germanic, germanic, anglo saxon, english, british, american constitutions would yes, permit and possibly require a state religion.
It would require compatibility with natural law. This leaves only traditional european religions (all of them), and christianity, and prohibits all others. And it posits chirstianity in scientific terms.
In general, history has taught us that state religion is necessary, and so it appears we will have a set of state religions and state funding of religion as we do schools. Even though that religion will cover a broad spectrum of secular, pagan, and monotheistic christian religions.