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Absolute Proof America Is a Christian Nation

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Absecon, NJ

#1 Oct 2, 2008
Part 1
Absolute Proof America Is a Christian Nation
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America was founded on three documents: The Declaration of Independence; The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783, and the Constitution. These documents give conclusive proof that America is a Christian nation. One does not need a law degree or a degree in history to grasp this truth. It is obvious to anyone who does not have an agenda. Let us review the documents and show this proof.
Declaration of Independence:
http://www.law.ou.edu/hist/decind.html
The Declaration has many references to God throughout the document. The most famous one is that men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.
“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness”
Here are more references to God found in the document:
Laws of Nature and of Nature's God”
Appealing to the Supreme Judge of the World”
With a firm Reliance on the Protection of Divine Providence”
The Declaration of Independence does not identify the God whom they are addressing. This could be left open to interpretation and opinion.
The Constitution
http://www.law.ou.edu/hist/constitution/
The body of the Constitution makes no reference to God. The Constitution honors the Christian Sabbath. The President was given 10 days to sign a bill into law. The counting of the 10 days does not include the Sabbath. This is found in Article 1, Section 7, and Clause 2 which in part follows:
“If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law,”
When the Constitution was completed on September 17, 1787, it was signed by the delegates then to be ratified by the states. The delegates signed the Constitution in the “Year of our Lord.” This is a direct reference to Christianity. This is found in Article 7 which in part follows:
“Done in Convention by the Unanimous Consent of the States present the Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth In witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed our Names, GO WASHINGTON--Presidt. and deputy from Virginia”
Proof

Absecon, NJ

#2 Oct 2, 2008
Part 2
The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783:
http://www.law.ou.edu/hist/paris.html
The Paris Peace Treaty was the document which formally ended the Revolution and granted the United States independence from Great Britain. In a real sense, the United States formally became a nation on September 3, 1783.
When the United States became a nation, it was done in the “name of the most holy and undivided Trinity.” The preamble to this Treat states it is based upon the “Holy and undivided Trinity.” The concept of the holy Trinity is unique to Christianity. This statement means the United States was founded on the Christian faith. The complete Preamble follows:
“In the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity”
The Treaty then ends just like the Constitution with a statement it is being signed in the “Year of our Lord.” The witnesses representing the United States were John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay and D. Hartley. The section in part follows:
“In witness whereof we the undersigned, their ministers plenipotentiary, have in their name and in virtue of our full powers, signed with our hands the present definitive treaty and caused the seals of our arms to be affixed thereto.Done at Paris, this third day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three”
D. HARTLEY
JOHN ADAMS
B. FRANKLIN
JOHN JAY
When this concept is applied to the Declaration of Independence, it is clear the reference to “All men are created equal,” was about the holy Trinity. The people of the United States are endowed by their Creator, the holy Trinity, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
The God of the Bible is whom the United States is based upon. The unalienable rights of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness come from the Judeo/Christian God and no one else. He is the Rock of our Republic.
Psalm 18:2 The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower.
John McTernan, PO Bx 444, Liverpool, PA 17045
Email: McT911@aol.com; www.branchofdavid.org
I knew it

Somerset, KY

#3 Oct 2, 2008
I knew that peeps were lying everywhere to try to do away with Jesus and everything. Taking him out of the schools. Now they are trying to do away with Christian schools so the evil Satan can raise them his own way. Christian freedom is threatened everywhere. Trying to do away with prayers in public places and a whole lot of bull. All the foreign countries have been persecuting HIM since he walked the earth in the flesh and they will soon come to america with their persecution and later...killing.
Christians can see the prophesy coming true every day, and everyone is turning a deaf ear to it and saying its all lies.
But I always knew as far back as I could remember that my people were christians and there were christians before them and now the world is saying they will cease to exist. When christians are killed and cease to exist then the Lord will come back and bring them all to life just like the bible says. Copy paste, and email that to all your friends.
brains

Germany

#4 Oct 3, 2008
anyone with any brains knows america is a christian nation. now for that politically correct history, that is for the birds. they do that to eventually indoctrinate their lies into society and make the kids growing up believe that stuff that killing american original indians was imagination thought by old people. and using blacks as slaves was old stories read by older people and that they imagined all that stuff, and that the bible was not true, they imagined that too.
but let me tell all you young people. you want to know all the true history, you talk to the older folks and get in touch with everyone you can, before they do away with old original history, because it was all the truth. thank you.
sirpaulj7

Neptune, NJ

#5 May 19, 2009
The founding fathers were Deists, NOT Christians. That means they believed in God, but they did not believe that he intervened in human affairs. This is diametrically opposed to Christianity.

Furthermore, the influence of Free Masonry, especially on Ben Franklin, is well known to have impacted their beliefs. This is an occult-based belief system that is completely at odds with Christianity.

The United States of America was NOT founded as a Christian nation. Thank God.

“YHWH prevails Rev 20:10”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#6 May 19, 2009
sirpaulj7 wrote:
The founding fathers were Deists, NOT Christians. That means they believed in God, but they did not believe that he intervened in human affairs. This is diametrically opposed to Christianity.
Furthermore, the influence of Free Masonry, especially on Ben Franklin, is well known to have impacted their beliefs. This is an occult-based belief system that is completely at odds with Christianity.
The United States of America was NOT founded as a Christian nation. Thank God.
I disagree.

Although some of the powers that be at that time very much were occultists, they did not represent the masses. The very reason people fled to America was to escape the persecution they faced at the hands of the English state church.

While America wasn't founded specifically as a "Christian nation" it WAS a nation of Chrsitians based on Christian principles. Principles that state that all men are created equal with unalienable rights, such as the right to choose, granted by that Creator. Thank God we don't have a corruptible state sponsored church.

...Oh, I forgot about the media.
truth

Pikeville, KY

#7 May 19, 2009
being a Christian I care less if it was or wasn't God is in our heart not on a piece of paper. Whether a christian nation or not God own everything anyway. So just be glad you are a christian God will take care of everything else.
ByTheWay

Dublin, OH

#8 May 19, 2009
Let's go ahead, for the purpose of simplicity, say that it's a fact that ALL the founding fathers were devout Christians. It's irrelevant because of the first sentence of the 1st Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.

Hmmm, seems like even they didn't want a theocracy.
Frank

United States

#9 May 20, 2009
ex_nihilo wrote:
<quoted text>
I disagree.
Although some of the powers that be at that time very much were occultists, they did not represent the masses. The very reason people fled to America was to escape the persecution they faced at the hands of the English state church.
While America wasn't founded specifically as a "Christian nation" it WAS a nation of Chrsitians based on Christian principles. Principles that state that all men are created equal with unalienable rights, such as the right to choose, granted by that Creator. Thank God we don't have a corruptible state sponsored church.
...Oh, I forgot about the media.
I believe you are mistaken about this country being founded on Christian principles. The only time that congress and the executive branch have addressed this issue they specifically stated "the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion", that statement was signed by every respresentative, senator, and the president, numerous founding fathers where included. That statement was ratified in 1797, very few years after our country was founded. It is only prudent to reason that they knew alot more about this country's founding principles than we do, as they were the ones who founded it. All we can do is read history and try to figure it out, and history says we are a nation of Christians, not a Christian nation.

“YHWH prevails Rev 20:10”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10 May 20, 2009
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>I believe you are mistaken about this country being founded on Christian principles. The only time that congress and the executive branch have addressed this issue they specifically stated "the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion", that statement was signed by every respresentative, senator, and the president, numerous founding fathers where included. That statement was ratified in 1797, very few years after our country was founded. It is only prudent to reason that they knew alot more about this country's founding principles than we do, as they were the ones who founded it. All we can do is read history and try to figure it out, and history says we are a nation of Christians, not a Christian nation.
You're saying the exact same thing I am.
Brian of Nazareth

Morehead, KY

#11 May 20, 2009
ByTheWay wrote:
Let's go ahead, for the purpose of simplicity, say that it's a fact that ALL the founding fathers were devout Christians. It's irrelevant because of the first sentence of the 1st Amendment:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
Hmmm, seems like even they didn't want a theocracy.
Like I have always said, the limitation was put on "Congress" not "we the people" or the "states". I will always believe they meant a particular "establishment" of religion, since they also didn't want to prohibit the "free exercise therof".

“YHWH prevails Rev 20:10”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#12 May 20, 2009
Brian of Nazareth wrote:
<quoted text>
Like I have always said, the limitation was put on "Congress" not "we the people" or the "states". I will always believe they meant a particular "establishment" of religion, since they also didn't want to prohibit the "free exercise therof".
Exactly.
Jesus

Madisonville, KY

#13 May 21, 2009
I would really like to see my children mowing their neighbors lawn or donating their surplus to needy people instead of trying to push words on them. Stop flapping your bottom jaw so much and start making a difference. Paying your 15 percent at church on sunday so you can increase your status among your peers is not good enough for me. DO NOT TRY TO PUSH YOUR BELIEFS ONTO OTHER PEOPLE!! ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PUSH YOUR BELIEFS ONTO CHILDREN UNTIL THEY ARE AT AN AGE OF ****REASON****. Let the children believe because they want too!!! Don't steal away the enjoyment of knowing me by forcing it on them. Let them explore and discover so they can make these decisions for themselves. OH AND BY THE WAY, STOP IT WITH ALL OF THE "SATAN" FLAMING PIT OF DOOM AND GLOOM. What if a child who has been taught a different religion never has the chance to ask god to be his or her savior??? According to you, and yes I mean YOU, this child will go underground to a FLAMING PIT GOVERNED BY A RED MAN WITH HORNS AND A POINTY TALE AND HIS POOR LITTLE BODY WILL BURN ETERNALLY.?.? WWJD.? KNOW FOR THE FINALLY!!!! I WILL READ YOUR MIND.. YOU HAVE JUST DECIDED THAT I TOO WILL BURN IN THE FLAMING PIT GOVERNED BY THE RED HORNED MAN WITH THE POINTY TAIL. THANKS ALOT! I MOWED MY NEIGHBORS LAWN.
truth

Pikeville, KY

#14 May 21, 2009
Thank you Jesus words well spoke
gee

Murray, KY

#15 May 23, 2009
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>I believe you are mistaken about this country being founded on Christian principles. The only time that congress and the executive branch have addressed this issue they specifically stated "the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion", that statement was signed by every respresentative, senator, and the president, numerous founding fathers where included. That statement was ratified in 1797, very few years after our country was founded. It is only prudent to reason that they knew alot more about this country's founding principles than we do, as they were the ones who founded it. All we can do is read history and try to figure it out, and history says we are a nation of Christians, not a Christian nation.
okay.
darla

Houston, TX

#16 May 23, 2009
Jesus wrote:
I would really like to see my children mowing their neighbors lawn or donating their surplus to needy people instead of trying to push words on them. Stop flapping your bottom jaw so much and start making a difference. Paying your 15 percent at church on sunday so you can increase your status among your peers is not good enough for me. DO NOT TRY TO PUSH YOUR BELIEFS ONTO OTHER PEOPLE!! ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PUSH YOUR BELIEFS ONTO CHILDREN UNTIL THEY ARE AT AN AGE OF ****REASON****. Let the children believe because they want too!!! Don't steal away the enjoyment of knowing me by forcing it on them. Let them explore and discover so they can make these decisions for themselves. OH AND BY THE WAY, STOP IT WITH ALL OF THE "SATAN" FLAMING PIT OF DOOM AND GLOOM. What if a child who has been taught a different religion never has the chance to ask god to be his or her savior??? According to you, and yes I mean YOU, this child will go underground to a FLAMING PIT GOVERNED BY A RED MAN WITH HORNS AND A POINTY TALE AND HIS POOR LITTLE BODY WILL BURN ETERNALLY.?.? WWJD.? KNOW FOR THE FINALLY!!!! I WILL READ YOUR MIND.. YOU HAVE JUST DECIDED THAT I TOO WILL BURN IN THE FLAMING PIT GOVERNED BY THE RED HORNED MAN WITH THE POINTY TAIL. THANKS ALOT! I MOWED MY NEIGHBORS LAWN.
That did not make much sense to me. Why all the caps? So we can make believe you are screaming?
newly

Manchester, KY

#17 May 23, 2009
sirpaulj7 wrote:
The founding fathers were Deists, NOT Christians. That means they believed in God, but they did not believe that he intervened in human affairs. This is diametrically opposed to Christianity.
Furthermore, the influence of Free Masonry, especially on Ben Franklin, is well known to have impacted their beliefs. This is an occult-based belief system that is completely at odds with Christianity.
The United States of America was NOT founded as a Christian nation. Thank God.
If you feel that way then why are you living in a Christian Nation? You need to move somewhere else if you don't like it. Christianity lives on.
Proud Democrat

Tiptonville, TN

#18 May 23, 2009
We are not a Christian Nation. We even have a Mulim President. Obama admits he is a Muslim.
bearface

Manchester, KY

#19 May 23, 2009
Jesus wrote:
I would really like to see my children mowing their neighbors lawn or donating their surplus to needy people instead of trying to push words on them. Stop flapping your bottom jaw so much and start making a difference. Paying your 15 percent at church on sunday so you can increase your status among your peers is not good enough for me. DO NOT TRY TO PUSH YOUR BELIEFS ONTO OTHER PEOPLE!! ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PUSH YOUR BELIEFS ONTO CHILDREN UNTIL THEY ARE AT AN AGE OF ****REASON****. Let the children believe because they want too!!! Don't steal away the enjoyment of knowing me by forcing it on them. Let them explore and discover so they can make these decisions for themselves. OH AND BY THE WAY, STOP IT WITH ALL OF THE "SATAN" FLAMING PIT OF DOOM AND GLOOM. What if a child who has been taught a different religion never has the chance to ask god to be his or her savior??? According to you, and yes I mean YOU, this child will go underground to a FLAMING PIT GOVERNED BY A RED MAN WITH HORNS AND A POINTY TALE AND HIS POOR LITTLE BODY WILL BURN ETERNALLY.?.? WWJD.? KNOW FOR THE FINALLY!!!! I WILL READ YOUR MIND.. YOU HAVE JUST DECIDED THAT I TOO WILL BURN IN THE FLAMING PIT GOVERNED BY THE RED HORNED MAN WITH THE POINTY TAIL. THANKS ALOT! I MOWED MY NEIGHBORS LAWN.
you are unbelievable.
it's plain to see, that you have never stuided the bible. its people like you, that out nation is in the shape its in. children are on drugs, pornnography is raging at its highest, there's no respect in the home for a parent,,,on and on and on......You cannot let a (child) until He/She becomes of age to make its own decision. Are you just very young or are you just plain_____?????
truth

Pikeville, KY

#20 May 23, 2009
I don't think God really care. We live in the best country in the world because we have a seperation of church and state. For the people that don't like seperation of church should leave the U.S

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