Does religion enter into the determination of child custody in Florida?

The US and the Florida constitution separate church and state. Therefore, Florida courts do not consider religion in determining custody or time-sharing rights unless the religious practices are somehow found to be not in the best interest of the child. If the particular religious practice takes into consideration some sort of sacrifice that is not in the best interest of the children, the court may in that situation award the other parent the right to make religious decisions on behalf of the minor child.