Yes, but then your point was 'don't implement things in a democratic society which which the majority of people don't agree'. Which is a universal democratic principle, and has nothing to do with the religious aspect. Yes, that's the basis of a democratic society. But that's irrelevant here. I'm not arguing that religious principles get implemented just because they're religious principles. I'm arguing that the principle of seperation of church and state has no bearing on the implementing of viewpoints supported by a church.