Separation of Church and State has, for some reason, come to mean that when Christian worldview or morality comes into conflict with Secular worldview or morality, the former should yield by default and because of inherent inferiority. The ironic thing is that such a mentality is the exact opposite of actual Separation of Church and State because it shows blatant favoritism to the theological worldview of secularism and reduces religious believers to second-class status.
This interpretation of Separation of Church and State says to the person of faith that, "because your convictions are based in a religious worldview, you should have no political say in, or effect on, how the culture, in which you must live, work, and raise a family, will function." It is intellectual and philosophical tyranny. And it is wrong.