Are state-subsidized churches and state-subsidized schools different in any way? I believe that the only difference there is, is that one is a school, and the other is a church. No matter what type of public place it is, if the state controls it, it’s the same thing, the only thing that changes is the name. The reason is because the state will always want to teach the same thing to everyone, in order to keep them controlled. For example, in school the state teaches that there is an authority, and if you don’t have permission from that authority to do something you want to do, you can’t do it. In church, you are also taught that there is an authority, and you can’t do what you want to do, unless you have permission from that authority. In school they maintain a “neutral” status of religion, but we know that’s not true, for if you mention something religious that goes against the state your doomed. In church it’s the same thing, if it’s controlled by the state, and all of a sudden a pastor comes and preaches something against the state then he’s doomed. My point is, that as long as it’s subsidized by the state, it will always go in favor of the state, no matter the name.