America is a Christian far

While the Constitution is neutral concerning religions, it is not neutral concerning religious philosophy.  The official neutrality among religions is an impartiality among specific denominations.  It is not, and never was, a proscription against religion itself, nor against Christianity in particular.  On the contrary, the Constitution embodies and codifies Judeo-Christian values from beginning to end. It is for this reason that in 1892, the United States Supreme Court declared (in Holy Trinity v. United States) that the historical record of America overwhelmingly demonstrates that the United States "is a Christian nation." The first American document that undeniably demonstrates this is the Mayflower Compact.  It specifically states that the founding of the new government is "for the glory of God, and advancement of the Christian faith." Although our form of government owes much to the Greco-Roman tradition and its antecedents,...(Read Full Post)