America is an ideal enumerated in four documents. These documents give conclusive proof that the nation was founded upon God and the Bible — to say otherwise is to lie. The same is true for the Washington Monument.
One does not need a law degree or a degree in history to grasp this truth. It is obvious to anyone who does not have an agenda. Federal, state, and local institutions and monuments are adorned with the faith of our forbearers.
The documents? There is no doubt that God’s blessing was the central core in each. Take a moment to read the first few paragraphs of the Declaration of Independence; The Articles of Confederation; The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783; and the Constitution. There is no ambiguity as to whether or not the Founders were men of faith — nor the beliefs of the people they represented. It has only been since the mid-20th Century that social fascism has savagely attacked the nation’s faith-based heritage.
Were the Founders Christians or Deists? It is frequently asserted by those seeking to minimize Christianity’s central role in our nation’s founding and history, that the founders themselves were not practicing Christians, but rather were Deists or Agnostics. However, in a 1962 speech to Congress, Democrat Senator Robert Byrd noted that of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention, 29 were Anglicans, 16-18 were Calvinists, and among the rest were two Methodists, two Lutherans, two Roman Catholics, one lapsed Quaker-sometimes-Anglican, and only one open Deist (Benjamin Franklin) who attended all Christian worships and called for public prayer.