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"How Corporate America invented Christian America" is a perfect subtitle to Kevin Kruse's excellent book, "One Nation Under God", for as the author discusses, this is what happened to our culture over the course of several decades. It's an eye-opener and he presents an offering full of depth and insight. As Kruse reminds us in the epilogue, the source of America's becoming a "Christian" nation stems from the vitriol of those clergymen who opposed the New Deal.
“Under God” was added to our pledge in response to Godless Communism precisely BECAUSE it was believed that we were not a Godless nation. We are a nation under God. To think that God in relation to our country first started appearing in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s and is a recent thing in american history is very revisionist. Read the Gettysburg Address, read the Declaration of Independence, read Washington’s Farewell Address, read state constitutions, read the Confederate constitution, read just about anything.
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On January 3, 2005, a new suit was filed in the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of California on behalf of three unnamed families. On September 14, 2005, District Court Judge Lawrence Karlton ruled in their favor. Citing the precedent of the 2002 ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Judge Karlton issued an Order stating that, upon proper motion, he would enjoin the school district defendants from continuing their practices of leading children in pledging allegiance to "one Nation under.
The Lord of the Church; Jesus Christ will in due time glorify Himself. Let us watch and see for the Lord is at work. I love TBJ but I still have this inner witness that his ministry is not of God. I am not always comfortable with any church where the leader is unquestionable, many denomination founders.