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Friday, April 25, 2008

By the Authority of the U.S. Supreme Court

In 1892, The Supreme Court of The United States of America declared without question that America is a Christian nation.
"These, and many other matters which might be noticed, add a volume of unofficial declarations to the mass of organic utterances that this is a Christian nation."
~ U.S. Supreme Court
In their intensely thorough declarations, they took us step by step through the history of our early American Republic and showed without doubt that their decision was not based on anything less than fact, logic, and sound precedent! They began with Columbus, the pilgrims, and the early colonies and progressed their logic through state constitutions and congressional orders. They left no stone unturned as they made a solid and irrefutable case as to the Christian founding and establishment of this great nation!

In our modern society there is so much burying of history in an effort to further modern liberal agendas. In fact, many people go so far as to completely distort and rewrite the facts as they attempt to gain political power or public favor. The ACLU is working everyday to drive any mention about the Christian influence on our American founding right out the window.

This court case is now long forgotten in the annals of history. The congress which authorized the printing of King James Bibles is now looked at in mockery (1782). The presidential decrees for days of prayer and fasting are ignored and passed over in history class. The hundreds and maybe even thousands of quotes from the founders crediting God as the source of our freedoms, our liberties, our justice system, and for our government are completely ignored and thrown away!

A Few Points to Ponder: What other examples can you think of where the public arena has inappropriately kicked God out? Can you think of other examples of those in power working to rewrite history?


In Christ,

Nick

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