The Christian Life And Character Of The Civil Institutions Of The United States
While America was not born a theocracy and has never been
a theocracy, the facts remain that this nation began first with a "Christian Life and Character" made obvious by the fact that America's Declaration of Independence spoke of nature's God and citizens being endowed by their creator with certain
inalienable rights. It doesn't require a college education to understand that the God referenced is the God of the Bible
since the original settlers were Pilgrims.
The Bible has been the most influential book in American history through all the years of our existence. Speaking of
our founders, Benjamin F. Morris wrote in 1853, "They understood that true religion, Christianity, virtue and liberty are inseparably united, and that liberty cannot be long preserved in the absence of virtue among the people and federal representatives ." The constant and unrelenting attacks of anti-God people in our generation and the massive and unrelenting encroachment of evil pervasive in all venues
of our society confirms the words of this wise man. The destructive direction we have embraced could only bring increasing perversion of our founder's intentions and would have been the eventual destruction of our Republic. Thank
God that the brakes have been put on.
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