America's Founding

Many secularists will insist America is not a Christian Nation.  What they really mean is America is not a Theocracy, where worship is prescribed for the people.  America has always been predominantly Christian and was founded by Christians.  The Constitution was written to guarantee religious liberty for all citizens.

"It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For this very reason peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom of worship here."  - Patrick Henry, 1st Governor of Virginia    More proclamations of faith.


Further proof of Christianity being intertwined with America's founding.

Our Founding Documents declare belief in God:
  • The Declaration of Independence states people have rights from God our Creator.  Read the Declaration.
  • The US Constitution declares that Government shall not interfere with  free practice of religion.  Read where
  • All State Constitutions call upon God (mimicing the Declaration).  Read the words.
Our first President, George Washington,  was a devout Christian, who called upon God for Blessings in his inaugural address.  Read the Address.

The US Congress has from its inception begun with daily prayer from a Christian pastor or reverend.  Read the Prayer.

In one of its first acts, Congress mandated the fundamental points of religion
and morality be taught in schools.  Read it.
  

Presidents are sworn into office using a BIBLE, the book of Christianity containing God's Word. See the History.

In 1781, Congress passed a resolution endorsing the Old and New Testament (Aitken's Bible). This was the first bible published in the US.

Many today try to claim the founders were deists, usually citing a letter or two by Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin Franklin.  When their entire writings and actions are considered, a more reasonable conclusion is that these men were Christians.

Current "Separation of Church and State" theory is an incorrect interpretation of the Constitution.

Given these facts, how can modern judges rule the constitution bans religion in Government?  If the writers of the Constitution encouraged religion in government, judges have no authority to ban it!

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