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Definition of an inalienable right: a right according to natural law, a right that cannot be taken away, denied, or transferred. It has nothing to do with being a theocracy. Jefferson chose his words very carefully. To even infer that our rights come from man effectively removes the word "inalienable right" from the Declaration of Independence. To assume that our rights come from man is to assume that our rights can also be taken away by man. I believe that is the point that Judge Moore was attempting to make.
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