There is no shortage of organizations in this country advocating for the administration’s most divisive and un-American policies. Sadly, many of them do so in the name of religion. And yet, faith voices have been some of the loudest voices in opposition to the administration’s policy of separating and indefinite detention of families. We are always warning of the risks of religion meddling in our government, so where’s the line? How do we ensure we are protecting the boundaries between religion and government, even when we agree with the policy pushed by a faith group? Rabbi Jack Moline, president of Interfaith Alliance, will be on State of Belief this week to try to answer these questions and more.