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Separation of Church and State: An Introduction

Separation of Church and State: An Introduction

From YouTube: Americans United for Separation of Church and State will tell you that America was a godless nation based on the desires of the Founding Fathers. Here Dr. Kenyn Cureton shows you a few simple examples of how the founders handled public school education. Then you decide how godless the founders were. On youtube: […]

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John Adams at First Continental Congress

John Adams at First Continental Congress

I want to take you back to the First Continental Congress that met at Carpenter’s Hall in Philadelphia during September of 1774 . Hello I am Tony Perkins, President of Family Research Council in Washington, DC. The members of the First Congress had assembled to discuss what to do about the latest injustices of the […]

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Public Worship at the U.S. Capitol

Public Worship at the U.S. Capitol

President George Washington laid the cornerstone of the Capitol in 1793, and while it was still under construction nearly 2 years later, church services were being held here.   The July 2, 1795, Federal Orrery newspaper of Boston reported:  “City of Washington, June 19. It is with much pleasure that we discover the rising consequence of […]

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Ben Franklin’s Call for Prayer in the Constitutional Convention

Written by on March 21, 2013 in Ben Franklin, Founding Fathers, Slider, The Constitution with 4 Comments
Ben Franklin’s Call for Prayer in the Constitutional Convention

Many say the founding fathers were not Christian but were Agnostics and Deists.  Ben Franklin is usually sighted as a chief example. But take a look at this lost Episode in American History.  We call it the “Miracle in Philadelphia.” With the convention going badly and some delegates leaving in disgust, the elder statesman Ben Franklin, […]

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