For the first time in American history an atheist monument will be erected in Starke, Florida. This is in response to the Ten Commandments display that was erected on the Bradford County Courthouse property last May which American Atheists, a nonprofit group that advocates for religious equality and separation of church and state, had deemed […Full Article]
The Christian Party website says: “The question begs then, did the Supreme Court recognize the United States as a Christian nation? Well, in 1892 the US Supreme Court made this ruling in a case. (Church of The Holy Trinity vs. The United States.) ‘No purpose of action against religion can be imputed to any legislation, […Full Article]
Andrea Stone in USA Today in September 2007 reported that “Most Americans believe the nation’s founders wrote Christianity into the Constitution.” To read the entire article, click on Most think founders wanted Christian USA. John Derbyshire in the National Review Online in November 2003 reported the following: “Polled responses to the statement: ‘Religion plays a […Full Article]
Louis Sahagun in the Los Angeles Times in July 2008 reported the following: “In a letter sent from Monticello to John Adams in 1813, Jefferson said his ‘wee little book’ of 46 pages was based on a lifetime of inquiry and reflection and contained ‘the most sublime and benevolent code of morals which has ever […Full Article]
Does a US Treaty Say the U.S. is Founded or NOT Founded on the Christian Religion?
“As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion, – as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen, – and as the said States never have entered into any war or act of hostility against any […Full Article]
Frank Lambert in his book The Founding Fathers and the Place of Religion in America mentions: “the Connecticut Puritans determined to plant a ‘Christian Commonwealth,’ what Governor John Winthrop hoped would become a ‘City upon a Hill’ that would inspire believers everywhere as a model Christian Nation.” [Governor Winthrop is not considered a Founding Father.) […Full Article]
John Madison, the fourth President of the United States, said this in Memorial and Remonstrance: “The establishment of the chaplainship to Congs is a palpable violation of equal rights, as well as of Constitutional principles: The tenets of the chaplains elected [by the majority shut the door of worship agst the members whose creeds & […Full Article]