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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

IN GOD WE TRUST

Most on the left will never give up in their attempt to remove religion from the court house square. They base their entire argument on the separation of church and state clause in the Constitution. The founders were only seeking to prevent the establishment of an official state religion that they had endured in England where the Church of England was the official state church. They never intended to separate the government from religion in general. Those who differ with this are denying what is clearly stated by the founders and are in fact trying to rewrite history which is full of examples of how the early leaders of this country felt. The founders never envisioned a day when large groups would seek to undermine the Christian values this country was founded upon. This never crossed their minds---this would have been unthinkable and totally alien in their day. Therefore, they made no attempt to incorporate this into the Constitution. It was clear to these early patriots that we were a Christian nation.

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3 comments:

hbl said...
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hbl said...

Yeah, we have Thomas Jefferson with his "wall of separation" comment to thank for this mess. And Christians have been getting a hard time ever since. Well, actually, mostly since the ascendancy of the Progressives; these people need to have Christianity knocked down if they are to have their way with us. And, B. Hussein Obama is even worse being indoctrinated with the "liberation theology" crud he picked up at Trinity Church of Christ in Chicago.

Steve Dennis said...

Of course the "wall of separation" appears nowhere in the constitution but was written by Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptists in private correspondence, but that didn't stop a judge from interpretting it into the constitution. And now it is taken as if it were in the constitution.
The left forgets about the "free exercise thereof" portion in the first amendment when they trample the rights of Christians to display their faith publicly