Ideals in Government

Those who are acquainted with the founding of the United States of America are impressed by the Christian ideals that inspired the framing of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Any attempt to subvert these ideals would be an attempt to undermine the moral and spiritual foundation upon which this nation is built.

The strong religious sentiment of the American people is a bulwark against the encroachment of atheistic, or nonreligious, tendencies that would either vitiate these ideals or remove them from national life. Such sentiment may appear to be dormant at times, but it is ready to spring into action the moment the prized heritage of religious freedom is challenged.

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