That article has a picture titled "Original Image: “‘Declaration of Independence,” by John Trumbull/The Bridgeman Art Library"
Can someone say photoshop? Can someone say phaque? Can someone say HOAX?
I read that as them saying that the original picture that this altered one was based on is “‘Declaration of Independence,” by John Trumbull/The Bridgeman Art Library"... Not that what you are seeing is the original picture.
(3) Laws must not be based solely on religious doctrine -- each law must have a motivation and purpose that allow it to stand on its own in the face of rational and objective scrutiny, without appeal to supernatural causation or scriptural exegesis.
It originated in 1878 with Reynolds vs US. Supreme Court decided that it was right in restricting religious action but not belief as long as the restriction was on a rational basis. The idea was that if they sided with Reynolds then anyone could do whatever they wanted and claim that their "religion" requires them to do it, resulting in complete lawlessness. Supreme Court decided that although the US could not determine "what" you believe it was capable of restricting your actions pertaining to said beliefs.