The difference is nothing in the constitution that requires a store to be open. Freedom of religion is a constitutional right, like freedom of speech and assembly. Going to a sporting event isn't.
I don't care what the US constitution says, it's a flimsy argument.
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There are flaws in your logic. 1 "Worship is still permitted." Not completely. My Catholic faith requires me to get communion every Sunday. I can't do that, due to government regulations. 2. "Laws regarding religious freedom specify that you can't hurt or kill anyone while practicing your religion." Using that logic, I should never be able to go to church because spreading the regular flu, which happens when people go to church, kills people too, albeit at a lesser rate.
No, you're just being dramatic. 1.) It does not say anywhere in the Catholic bible that you MUST get communion every Sunday, the church only recommends it, but doesn't require it, and according to pew research, only 43% of Catholics actually do. www.pewresearch.org/.../2.) Comparing a global pandemic that has killed 1.32 million people is like comparing a nuclear bomb to a firecracker. You're allowed to have a firecracker. You're not allowed to have a nuclear bomb.Being silly does not help your case. It hurts it.