Skip to comments.The Founding of America , Pt 1 [David Barton]
Posted on 07/01/2004 8:31:55 AM PDT by OXENinFLA
The Founding of America , Pt 1
Thursday, July 01, 2004
Is our government protecting religious freedom? Wallbuilders president David Barton talks about the founding of America and shares some disturbing truths about the direction our country is heading. Can America move back to its roots of true religious freedom?
(Excerpt) Read more at oneplace.com ...
He gets into what's going to in schools today and the whole separation of Church/State.
Not only do words on legal documents point to the original intent of the Constitutions signers but also their public actions. In addition to being a signer of the Constitution, Thomas McKean authored the constitutions for Pennsylvania and Delaware and Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States of America, served as governor of both states, and was Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. In Respublica v. John Roberts, 1 Dall 39 (Pa. 1778), Chief Justice McKean held no reservation in instructing Mr. Roberts, who was convicted of treason and sentenced to death, to seek Gods mercy and forgiveness for his manifold transgressions and sins to rely upon the merit and passion of a dear Redeemer and to be [persistent] at the Throne of Grace.
I will tell you first hand that the man is a self promoting fraud who peddles pseudo-history to advance himself, his own well being, and the regime of a small elite clique around him that currently controls our party leadership. His distortions and fibbing about history, though from the opposite angle, are no different and no less dishonest than the stuff peddled by the marxist religion-haters of left wing academia. In addition to having blatant historical errors and falsehoods, the material published by Mr. Barton often contains strong themes of tacit bigotry against Catholics and southerners.
If you or anybody else desires to read an academically credible documentation of Christian heritage in America, check out this link