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One Nation Under God?

America, as a nation, is rejecting God, and the results are leading our nation to greater and greater problems. Our nation was founded on Christian principles, and our present government has twisted the laws, and our Founding Father's own words, and deceived YOU!

The well worn dialog that has been the "spearhead" for this attack was taken from George Washington's own words in a letter he wrote in response to concern from the Danbury Baptist Association that the First Amendment (Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibit the free exercise thereof") might someday allow the state to limit the God given freedom of worship.

In Washington's response to this letter, he wrote:

"The First Amendment has erected a wall of separation between church and state."

However, this statement has been taken out of context by today's legal system. For 150 years, it was understood what this Amendment was written to deal with, and it was followed exactly that way.

Our Founding Father's intent was to prevent any one denomination from being in control... state sanctioned, as it was in England, the land they came from. The First Amendment specified no ONE denomination would be state sanctioned, but it was given and understood that Christian principles was an integral part of government and society...

The U.S. Congressional Records of June 7th - September 25, 1789 reveal 12 discussions and changes that took place in drafting the First Amendment. The intent of these discussions shows that they desired to protect the nation from any ONE denomination running the nation.

  • The case of People V Ruggles, in 1811 (two decades AFTER the first Amendment was implemented) shows that the "Christian" base for all law was STILL in effect. This case dealt with a man who attacked Jesus Christ verbally, and even wrote his "speech." He attacked Jesus Christ with language, etc. He was tried, and here is what the court wrote:

    "Whatever strikes at the root of Christianity tends manifestly to the dissolution of civil government."

    In other words... an attack on Jesus Christ was an attack on Christianity, and an attack on Christianity was an attack on the Founding Father's and on our nation. In fact, today, the Supreme Court makes decisions that repudiate rulings by the Founding Fathers themselves.

    Keep in mind that the "separation of church and state" statement appears NOWHERE in ANY of the Founding Father's documents.

  • In the case of Runkle V Winemiller, the court wrote...

    "By our form of government, the Christian religion is the established religion; all sects and denominations of Christianity are placed on the same equal footing."

That's quite a statement by a court, AFTER the Firsts Amendment was accepted.

In 1853, a group petitioned Congress to separate Christian principles from government. A one year study was made on this request, and the House Judiciary Committee reported March 27, 1854...:

"Had the people (Founding Fathers) during the revolution, a suspicion of any attempt to war against Christianity, that revolution would have been strangled in its cradle... At the time of the adoption of the constitution and its amendments, the universal sentiment was that Christianity should be encouraged, but not any one sect (denomination)."

The report continued:

"In this age, there is no substitute for Christianity...That was the religion of the Founders of the Republic and they expected it to remain the religion of their descendants."

Two months later, they wrote:

"The great vital and conservative element in our system (the thing that holds our system together) is the belief of our people in the pure doctrines and the divine truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

  • In the case of Vidal V Girard, in 1844, a school said they would teach morality without religion. In this case, the court wrote:

    "Why may not the Bible, and especially the New Testament... be read and taught as a divine revelation in the school - It's general precepts expound, and it's glorious principles of morality inculcated? Where can the purest principles of morality be learned so clearly or so perfectly as from the New Testament?"

  • In 1892, the case of Church of the Holy Trinity V U.S. was heard. The Supreme Court wrote in answer to this case:

    No purpose of action against religion can be imputed to any legislation, state or national, because this is a religious people... This is a Christian Nation."

    This court referenced 87 precedents , and stated that more were available to use, from Founding Father's material, Acts of Congress records, etc.

    The fact is that in every court case heard, precedents are used to support a legal standing, and here 87 were used.

  • George Washington's letter to the Danbury Baptist Association fell out of use until, in the 1870's, another group tried to separate religion from public life:

    In the case of Reynolds V U.S., in October of 1878, Jefferson's letter was again used as "evidence."

    For another almost 70 years, Jefferson's letter fell out of use until the case of Everson V Board of Education, in 1947. In this case, the interpretation of "separation of church and state" took a new, out of context, twist. Here is what the court said:

    "The First Amendment has erected a 'wall of separation between church and state.' That wall must be kept high and impregnable."

This was a turning point in state manipulation of exactly what the Founding Fathers intentions were.

  • In 1958, in the case of Baer V Kolmorgan, a dissenting judge warned that continuing talk about the separation of church and state would make people think it was part of the constitution.
  • Every State in the republic has God named within their Constitutions

  • June 25, 1962 was a turning point in "separating" religion and government. In the case of Engel V Vitale, the courts struck down a 22 word prayer. In this ruling, there were ZERO precedents used or quoted. It was opinion and personal preference of the court. For 170 years before this case, the court defined "church" as being a federally established denomination. This 1962 case redefined "church" to mean any religious activity performed in public.
Here's the 22 word prayer: "Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon thee, and we beg thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and our Country."

God's name was used just one time in this prayer. Nothing about Jesus Christ. The Pledge of Allegiance contains God's name one time, and the Declaration of Independence contains God's name 4 times.

The court reported that only 3% of the nation did not believe in religion or God, yet 97% of the nation DID believe in God... a clear, vast majority of people believed in God, yet the court struck down the will of the 97% and catered to the 3% minority... sound familiar today? Homosexual agendas, minority agendas for their rights while they maintain their national identities and try to push these identities into our culture and way of life, without actually accepting being a true American.

  • June 17, 1963, the case of Abington V Schempp was heard and the court not only reaffirmed the ban on school prayer, but also reached out and banned Bible reading. No precedent or historical or legal evidence was used to make this ruling.

    It was stated: "If portions of the New Testament were read without explanation, they could be and...had been psychologically harmful to the child."

    Say what??? Are we a nation of morons now? These are legal professionals talking here. Your leaders...

  • In the case of Dekalb V Despain, 1967, a 4 line nursery rhyme was found to be unconstitutional. In the court's writings, they stated: "Although the word 'God' was not mentioned, if someone were to hear the rhyme, he might think it was talking about God."
  • In the case of Stone V Graham, 1980, a posted page with the ten commandments was the issue of contention. In its ruling, the court stated... (can you believe this?)...

    "If the posted copies of the ten commandments are to have any effect at all, it will be to induce the school children to read, meditate upon, perhaps to venerate and obey the commandments... which is not a permissible... objective."

    In other words, "it's unconstitutional... the Founding Fathers would have objected to it.

These are real cases, judged by supposedly competent human beings, but the rulings are far from sane or reasonable. Why doesn't "Christianity" take steps to counter this madness?
  • James Wilson, one of the Founding Fathers, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, one of the original justices of the Supreme Court, and co-author of America's first legal commentaries on the constitution, stated:

    "Human law must rest its authority ultimately upon the authority of that law which is Divine... far from being rivals or enemies, religion and law are twin sisters. Indeed, these two sciences run into each other. The Divine law...forms an essential part of both."

Consider these facts:
  • Up until the early 60's, our nation and its governmental structures were based on Christian beliefs and practices.
  • The "separation of church and state" did NOT include removing religion from the government or public arena. "Separation of church and state" always involved the government not mandating or supporting one "specific" denomination of Christianity.
  • Our Founding Fathers ALL believed in Christian principles and wrote about them in drafting and supporting our constitution, and expected them to always remain a part of our law base, and our personal practices if we were to remain a strong and viable nation.
Consider these fact and quotes:
  • The facts surrounding George Washington's survival against impossible odds was standard material in student's textbooks till the early 1960's. Here is just a taste of what happened:

    George Washington and his 1000+ troops were marching toward a potential battle when they were ambushed by Indian and French troops. Over 700+ soldiers died, because they were fighting the standard "English" way... standing in rows firing at the enemy. However the enemy was hiding behind rocks, tree, etc.

    The chief of the Indians later tells the story that he gave orders for his warriors to shoot at and kill all the officers on horseback. All but George Washington fell that day. In fact, the chief himself fired 17 times at George Washington, but failed to kill him. Several horses were shot from underneath him, but Washington himself was not hit.

    After the battle, George Washington dismounts, takes off his army jacket only to find 4 bullet holes in it, but no wounds on his person.

Miraculous intervention!

This story was standard material in American Textbooks up until 40 years ago.

  • John Adams stated: "The general principles on which the (Founding) fathers achieved independence were... the general principles of Christianity. I will avow that I then believed, and now believe, that those general principles of Christianity are as eternal and immutable as the existence and attributes of God."
  • John Jay (First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and one of the three men most responsible for the constitution) stated: "Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty - as well as privilege and interest - of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their leaders."
George washington is considered as the Father of our country. He spent over 45 years in public service. George Washington's Farewell Address appeared as a separate school text book for over a century, but fell out of use until recently. He stated:
  • "Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim to tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars."
Washington's writings have returned to some universities, but without the religious points as part of the whole picture.

An interesting study was conducted by the University of Houston. This study looked at over 15,000 writings from the era of the Founding Fathers. This study took 10 years. They isolated 3,154 direct quotes in these writings.

In these quotes, the Founding Fathers quoted...

  1. Baron Charles de Montesquieu in 8.3% of the quotes:
  2. Sir William Blackstone in 7.9% of the quotes:
  3. John Locke in 2.9% of the quotes:
When considering all these quotes, they discovered that our Founding Fathers quoted the Bible...

4 times more than both number one and two above, and 12 times more than number three. 34% of the Founding Father's quotes came directly out of the Bible.

Sir William Blackstone wrote a book titled, "Blackstone's Commentaries of the Law." This book was standard text for law students in this era. William Blackstone was certainly qualified to be quoted.

Beginning in the early 60's, we see a sudden change in the direction our nation was heading. This direction was directly away from God and His leadership principles. The 22 word prayer that was struck down mentions 4 categories;

  1. Student
  2. Parents
  3. Schools
  4. Country
George Washington, in his Farewell Address, stated: "Let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion. Whatever may be conceded in the influences of refined education on minds... reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principles."

Consider these statistics in each area beginning in 1962-63 when God and the Bible were taken from public view:


Since 1962-63;

  • The number of unwed mothers was relatively constant for previous years, however in 1963, the number of unwed mothers began to climb and today we have a 553% increase of girls between the ages of 15-19 becoming pregnant.
  • Sexually transmitted diseases have increased by 226%
  • Premarital sex in 17 year olds has increased by 271%; 18 year olds by 208%

Since 1962-63:

  • The divorce rate for married couples has risen 117%.
  • Single parent families has increased by 140%
  • Unmarried couples living together has risen 536%

In 1926, the SAT test was created, and in 1941, the test was scaled to what we use to this day.

Since 1962-63:

  • SAT scores dropped for 18 consecutive years.
  • According to the Department of Education, there is an 80 point disparity between what kids graduating today academically know, and what their parents graduated with.
  • In 1962, there were 1000 Christian schools in the country. By 1984, that number had grown to over 32,000.
  • There are 8.5 million students in the US. 12.4% of these attend private/religious schools, while 87.6 attend public schools.
  • Scores of private student's SAT tests are 80 points higher than public schools... the same level as their parents.
The National Merit Semifinalists is the "cream of the crop" in student achievement. This is the top 5%. According to averages, this should mean that out of the top 5%, 87.6 of these should come from the public sector, and 12.4% should come from the private sector, however, this isn't the case. The private/religious school sector produces 39.2% of the top students.

One congressman was shown these statistics, and his answer was: "Of course they do better because money is the difference.' In other words, he said that the money to put students through private schools is what made the difference. However, private schools cost per student is $2200, while in public schools, the cost is $5400 per student.

The core curriculum is the same in both private and public schools. The civil war started at the same time, and math works the same in both. The difference is that private schools use Christian principles and public does not, and this makes an 80 point difference in SAT scores.


Since 1962-63:

  • George Washington, in his Farewell Address stated: "Let it simply be asked, 'Where is the security for life, for reputation and for property, if the sense of religious obligation desert?"
  • John Adams stated: "We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion." And... "Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the governments of any other."
  • The U.S. is number one in the world in:
    • Violent crime
    • Divorce
    • Teen pregnancy (western world)
    • Voluntary abortions
    • Illegal drug use
    • Illiteracy (western world)
  • In 1999, 700,000 graduating students couldn't read their own diploma.

    How should any sane and rational people consider the above statistics? Do we, true Americans, even care about what is taking place?


Delaware Constitution, (all others similar), 1776 read:

"Every person appointed to public office shall say, 'I do profess faith in God the Father, and in Jesus Christ His only son, and in the Holy Ghost, one God, blessed for evermore; and I do acknowledge the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be given by Divine inspiration.'"

Pennsylvania and Vermont Constitutions (others similar) read:

"And each member (of the legislature), before he takes his seat, shall make and subscribe the following declaration: 'I do believe in one God, the creator and governor of the universe, the rewarder of the good, and the punisher of the wicked.'" In other words, these people were accountable to not only the people of the nation, but also to God Himself for their actions and leadership. Any nation that rejects God, especially one that was raised through God's hand, WILL answer to him in this life...

George Mason, Father of the Bill of Rights wrote:

"As nations cannot be rewarded or punished in the next world, so they must be in this. By an inevitable chain of cause and effects, providence punishes national sins by national calamities." In other words, the Founding Fathers believed that God deals with, and a nation has to answer for the stand it takes... NOW. Entire nations will suffer, including righteous, God fearing people, (the Bible shows this clearly), for the stand and position of its leaders. There is NO escaping this!

Benjamin Franklin, at the Constitutional Convention, on June 28, 1787 stated:

  • "We need God to be our friend, not our enemy. We need God to be our ally, not our adversary."
  • "If a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His notice, is it probable that an entire empire can rise without His aid."
  • "We've been assured in the sacred writings that, Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it."
Thomas Jefferson states: "And can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis - a conviction in the minds of the people that the liberties are the gift of God? That they are not to be violated but with His wrath? Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just: that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Abraham Lincoln, one time, overheard a man state that they hoped that God was on "our" (Union) side of the battle. Abraham responded with: "I am not at all concerned about that, for I know the Lord is always on the side of right. But it is my constant anxiety and prayer that I and this nation should be on the Lord's side."

Elias Boudinot, President of the Continental Congress stated: "Let us enter on this important business under the idea that we are Christians on whom the eyes of the world are now turned... let us in the first place... humbly and penitently implore the aid of the Almighty God whom we profess to serve - let us earnestly call and beseech Him for Christ's sake to preside in our councils."

Charles Finney stated: "Can a nation be blessed apart from God's principles?"

Consider this: "If God's people do not get involved, God's principles do not get involved. The ungodly will not run a nation by God's principles and God can't bless ungodly principles. That's why the church has to take right ground. We can't afford to be isolationists. God's principles don't enter any arena on their own - they enter only through God's people." (--------)

"If God's people don't let their light shine on anything but the church, how does this help or benefit the world? Christians are called the salt of the earth, but if we don't ever get out of the shaker, what good does it do the world or to teach God's principles and stem the tide of evil?

  • In 1961, the case of Torcaso V Watkins, and again in 1985, the "court ruled that Secular Humanism is a viable religion."
  • In 1977, the case of Theriault V Silber and Malnak V Yogi, the court ruled that atheism is a religion. In other words, atheism is a way to religiously practice non-religion.

When do you ever hear about "separation of church and state?" When Christian principles and God are involved. Have you ever heard of a law suit being brought against a school or whatever because someone walked into a school and didn't find anything involving God, bible, prayer, ten commandments, and cry out, "This is practicing atheism, get it out of here", and try to sue the people involved?

Of course not. That's because ungodly people are attacking truth and God's name and way of life because they can't tolerate the truth and can't stand to be judged by the truth God speaks to them.

People, our nation is on the brink of suicide and few are doing anything to stop it. God tried to get our attention on 9-11, but it went unnoticed. He allowed our enemies, the enemies of God and Jesus Christ, to inflict damage to us. God withdrew His protection.

Our nation is rejecting God on a large scale, and we can't expect to survive if we have made God our enemy.

Only foolish unbelievers will scoff at this warning. Only the ungodly will reject any submission to God and His way of life. Only special interests who have little or no contact with the true God will fight God Himself, and continue to bring this nation down. They simply don't care, and they will suffer along with those who claim to believe God and His truth.

God has warned this nation in the pages of the bible. He warned us along ago that we would reject His ways, and we would be given into the hands of our enemies, unless we repented and turned back to Him with all of our hearts. The handwriting is all over the walls of America. The moral decay is appalling and yet we ignore the problems, and we are deceived into being "politically correct" to play into the hands of minority groups and allow our nation to be given over to foreigners.

Remember, America is a direct result of promises made to Abraham. These promises were to ancient Israel... a group of tribes that INCLUDED the tribe of Judah (Jews) but also 12 other tribes WHO WERE NOT JEWISH. The "Lost Ten Tribes" are truly not lost, and God is pleading with us to restore the relationship with Him and His principles, or we will receive such a national punishment that few will survive.

Some of this material, and all the quotes, were take from a video titled, "America's Godly Heritage," produced by and available through "WallBuilders." All rights referencing their direct material is copyrighted by Wallbuilders. All other comments are copyrighted by Jeffrey T. Maehr and Godkind.org, 2002-2008.

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