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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Seperation of Church and State Chaos

Ughh! More separation of church and state chaos!

Even ignoring the unconstitutionality of the Separation of Church and State and the vast social repercussions of an anti-religious government and culture, the acknowledgement of a greater power is fundamental the survival of any democracy. Without acknowledging America’s religious foundation:

-We lose the basis for our rights. Men are “endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights.” If we deny this, than we are forced to admit that the government grants us our rights. And if a government can grant rights, than it can take them away.

-We lose an absolute to judge the government’s decisions. Without a fixed standard of right and wrong, all value judgments are relative and right or wrong becomes simply a matter of majority opinion. We couldn’t s say that the government is right or wrong because in a democracy the government is the manifestation of the majority opinion.

Both the French and Russian revolutions failed because they had no foundation for their rights. In establishing their rights, they started only from themselves, and they failed. The American Revolution and the “Glorious” or “Bloodless” English revolution of 1688 succeeded because they were deeply rooted in reformation and otherwise religious thought.

The following expressions of faith point to the Christian roots of the United States of America:

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