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Christianity is Why America Exists, and isn’t a Theocracy

Those who argue Christians shouldn’t be involved in politics or that faith should be kept separate from public policy either misunderstand, disregard, or reject historical facts that explain Biblical Christianity’s influence on America’s existence. In fact, Christianity has influenced the western … Continue reading

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Who came up with the idea of “Separation of Church and State”?

Where did the idea of “Separation of Church and State” originate? Many might find it hard to believe, but the revolutionary idea, quite literally, came from an English clergyman who ran for his life from Puritans trying to kill him. … Continue reading

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Because of Christians, America Isn’t a Theocracy

Most Americans may not realize the biblical roots of Constitutional law that actually protect them from being subject to a theocracy. Biblical principles are rooted in freedom, not coercion. And freedom and independence are predicated on the reality that moral … Continue reading

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