Thursday, August 11, 2005

Separation Of Church And State

Myth Or Reality?



No matter how many times the lie is repeated, it will never be true. "separation of Church and State" doesn't appear anywhere in the Constitution, Bill Of Rights or any other official US document. However, the United States Constitution strictly FORBIDS the law (including the judicial branch) to PROHIBIT the free exersise of religion. PERIOD!

And in the era of our founders (same as present day America), Christianity was the major Religion!

Between the presidency of Thomas Jefferson and the 1963 Supreme Court decision in Abington School Dist. v. Schempp, 374 U.S. 203 (1963) which was decided in conjunction with Murray v. Curlett (the infamous Madelyn Murray O'Hair case), the liberal justices that had been appointed to the Supreme Court decided to violate the common sense established in the 1892 case of Holy Trinity Church v. U.S., supra.

Mr. Justice Brewer is the one who wrote for the Court, in the 1892 Holy Trinity Church vs. U.S. case:

"The churches and church organizations which abound in every city, town, and hamlet; the multitude of charitable organizations existing everywhere under Christian auspices; the gigantic missionary associations, with general support, and aiming to establish Christian missions in every quarter of the globe.

These and many other matters which might be noticed, add a volume of unofficial declarations to the mass of organic utterances that this is a Christian nation".
So stated the Supreme Court in 1892.

This general mindset toward America's Christian heritage within a nation that respected the religious rights of all, Christian and non-Christian, to worship (or not worship) as they please, existed until a liberal Supreme Court, stuffed with liberal justices from the days of the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, allowed the gavel to strike the cross in 1963!

Liberalism, Marxism, socialism, and every other "ism" that is hostile to the Christian faith has, with the support of activist liberal judges and justices, shattered the letter and spirit of the law of the land as set forth in our founding documents, and has insulted the grace of God by which this nation was established.

If anyone still doubts that America is a Christian nation, let them review the charters of the original colonies, the charters of such states as Massachusetts, Pennsylvania or New York.

Besides, If Jefferson intended to build a wall then he breached it himself by placing Bibles (:::gasp:::) and Christian hymnals in the schools as primary textbooks among other things.

The vast majority of Christian churches also doubled as one room school houses (K-12)for two centuries. How do you deny that fact?

Separation of church and state is a modern invention. 1963 to be exact, up until that point the myth never exsisted.