No Religion Here


HISTORIC REVISIONISM: Hiding The Founders’ Religion In Government

Today, those who wage war against the Christian religion insist that our founders were Deists, that this nation was not founded on the Christian ideal and that the founders deliberately created a secular government.  But all of this is a lie!  The assertion that this nation was not founded by Christians who designed the governments they created on Christian ideals must be opposed as it is only in the Christian ideal that true security for individual rights and liberty lies.  History is very clear on this point: it is not a matter of opinion.  As for my part, I have and will continue to write to bring the truth of the historic record to those who seek it, but this post is intended to focus on teaching you where to find the religion of our founders in their governments at the time of ratification.  And I start by citing an authority far more qualified to comment on this subject than anyone alive today:

“The highest glory of the American Revolution was this; it connected in one indissoluble bond the principles of civil government with the principles of Christianity.

–John Quincy Adams, July 4, 1821

“Is it not that the Declaration of Independence first organized the social compact on the foundation of the Redeemer’s mission upon earth? That it laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity”?

–John Quincy Adams, [–1837, at the age of 69, when he delivered a Fourth of July speech at Newburyport, Massachusetts.]

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5 thoughts on “No Religion Here

    • I quoted several others, Karl — specifically because I knew there were people out there — like you — who do not understand logic nor history.

      BTW: Adams is a more important figure in the Revolution than even Adams. Had it not been for him and his cousin, I’m not sure there would have been a revolt. Only a fool would diss his words so casually.

    • Marians,

      Yep, well aware of it. That book is on my shelf. But Alinsky is not new. He just re-stated Machiavelli, who restated the laws of the jungle. It all goes to what the Bible calls original sin: man’s desire to replace God with himself. 🙂

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