The lack of a national religion supported and established through the federal government has been hailed as one of the most significant principles which ensure religious freedom in the United States. In adding up, the capability to practice any religious or non-religious beliefs is equally applauded as a core tenant of religious freedom. Still, the debate over religious freedom continues all through our nation. Presently, many organized religions co-exist with organizations for non-believers. In your view, what are the necessary elements of religious freedom? Is separation of church and state essential? Does U.S. Constitution equally and efficiently protect the rights of all religious believers and non-believers? Describe your reasoning, describe why you are taking the positions you are taking in your response.