The Establishment Clause prevents the United States Congress from passing legislation forcing an establishment of religion.
(B) That government cannot make a law respecting an establishment of religion.
The first amendment establish the clause that the government are prohibited for making the law " Respect to the establishment of the religion". This first amendment clause also prohibits the government from the action that favor the one religion over the another religion.
The establishment of this type of clause is to frame the particular government actions which is mainly related to the religion. The beliefs of religion are mainly protected by the first amendment.
Therefore, Option (B) is correct.
a national religion
establishing a national church!!
This law makes it so that the government cannnot pass laws that favor one religion over another.
The establishment clause protects freedom of religion by giving those part of a religion the abiltiy to practice their religion without fear of being treated differently or being subjected to law that others would not.