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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Phyllis Schafly Saith:

The Declaration of Independence is the official and unequivocal recognition by the American people of our belief and faith in God. It affirms God's existence as a "self-evident" truth that requires no further discussion, debate or litigation.

The nation created by the great declaration is God's country. The rights it defines are God-given. The actions of its signers are God-inspired.

The Declaration of Independence contains five references to God: God as Creator of all men, God as supreme Lawmaker, God as the Source of all rights, God as the world's supreme Judge, and God as our Patron and Protector.
Aye, she's right, she is. Despite Jefferson's less than orthodox views of Christianity, all those concepts made it in there, and all those men who signed it gave those concepts their assent. It floors me everytime people wonder why I insist that a Biblical worldview is at the base of American government. It's like they either cannot read, or they read without noticing anything...

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