Nor temples of stone, nor a fixed
Liturgy, nor an extensive literature or
History is required to meet the test of beliefs
Cognizable under the Constitution as religious.
So far as our law is concerned,
One person's religious beliefs held for
One day are presumptively entitled to
The same protection as the beliefs of
Millions which have been shared for
Thousands of years."
-- Judge Jack B. Weinstein(1921-)
United States federal judge
Source: New York State, 1977