“We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Our constitution was
made only for a moral and a religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
- President John Adams
In an attempt to secularize America, history has been re-written to deny the Christian foundation of our nation. It has been said by these revisionists that the Founding Fathers were not Christian and would not allow Christianity to have any place in the public square. In this study, we will present evidence that our Founding Fathers were indeed Christian men who understood that Christian morals were necessary in order to govern a nation as great as the United States of America. We will also include evidence that the "separation of church and state" does not exist in the Constitution of the United States of America and certainly does not form a basis for the secularization of the American government.
From Foundation for Moral Law, Inc.
- America's Founders and the Ten Commandments - Quotes from our Founding Fathers concerning the Bible and the Ten Commandments
Articles from the WallBuilders web site
- Separation of Church and State - Notes on The Foundations of American Government by David Burton.
- George Washington's Farewell Address
- Benjamin Franklin's letter to Thomas Paine
- "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death" - Speech by Patrick Henry
- Letters Between the Danbury Baptists and Thomas Jefferson
- Proclamation of a Day of Public Humiliation and Prayer by James Madison
- Qualifications for Office by Daniel Webster
- Resolution Requesting a Day of Public Humiliation and Prayer
- Should Christians - Or Ministers - Run For Office? by John Witherspoon
- Thomas Paine Criticizes the Current Public School Science Curriculum