Did You Know?


That the founding Fathers of America wrote the Constitution of the United States of America
to guarantee Freedom of Religion, Not Freedom From Religion.

The First Amendment of THE BILL OF RIGHTS was enacted to guarantee this.

As you walk up the steps to the building which houses the U.S. Supreme Court you can see near the top of the building a row of the world's law givers and each one is facing one in the middle who is facing forward with a full frontal view ...
it is Moses and he is holding the Ten Commandments!


As you enter the Supreme Court courtroom, the two huge oak doors
have the Ten Commandments engraved on each lower portion of each door.


As you sit inside the courtroom, a display of the Ten Commandments
is on the wall right above where the Supreme Court judges sit!


There are Bible verses etched in stone all over the Federal Buildings and Monuments in Washington, D.C.


James Madison, the fourth president, known as "The Father of Our Constitution" made the following statement:

"We have staked the whole of all our political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God."


Patrick Henry, that patriot and Founding Father of our country said:

"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".


Every session of Congress begins with a prayer by a paid preacher,
whose salary has been paid by the taxpayer since 1777.


Fifty-two of the 55 founders of the Constitution were members
of the established orthodox churches in the colonies.


Thomas Jefferson worried that the Courts would overstep their authority
and instead of interpreting the law would begin making law ...
an oligarchy ... the rule of few over many.


The very first Supreme Court Justice, John Jay, said:

"Americans should select and prefer Christians as their rulers."

How then, have we gotten to the point that everything we have done for 220 years in
The United States of America is now suddenly wrong and unconstitutional?

The world needs to see and remember what this great country was built on.

Chamber, US House of Representatives

It is said that 86% of Americans believe in God.
Therefore, it's very hard to understand the big fuss over having
the Ten Commandments on display, "In God We Trust" on our money,
and the reference to God in the Pledge of Allegiance.

The Separation of Church and State

What does it mean?

It means that the State is to have nothing to do with the enforcing of religion by its laws and that the Church is not to go to the State to have its religion/beliefs enforced by State Law. It doesn't mean that the State cannot involve itself in religion and practice religion
- it is only prohibited from enforcing religion by law.

The first amendment of The Bill Of Rights of the United States of America states that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."

Does this mean that the State can't practice, encourage, and or support religious beliefs? No, it doesn't mean that. It means that it is not to make laws respecting religion and religious beliefs; the establishing of or the prohibiting of religion. They can encourage or discourage religion all they want, as long as they don't make laws to accomplish it.

Liberals have, are, and are pushing to make laws that prohibit religious practices and beliefs. This is totally going contrary to the first amendment. There is nothing in the Constitution or Bill of Rights that states that there is to be a separation of Church and State. It simply states that the government is to make no laws having to do with the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise of religion. Although neither the Constitution or Bill of Rights refers to the a separation of Church and State, the principals regarding it are definitely there.

In conclusion, the laws and bans that prohibit the free exercise of one's religious beliefs are in violation of the first amendment and are contrary to everything that the Founding Fathers of the United States of America stood for and believed.

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