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Role of the Court in Religious Discrimination

In cases where a court is called upon to determine whether an employer has committed religion-based discrimination, the court must frequently first decide:

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A. The legitimacy of the religion involved.

B. Whether the employer is of a different religion than the employee.

C. How long the religion involved has been established.

D. Whether even deciding the question excessively entangles the government in the practice of religion.

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D. whether even deciding the question excessively entangles the government in the practice of religion.

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