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Separation of Church and State?

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ALWAYS REMEMBER WHEN WE PREACH ON THE SIDEWALK, WE ARE NOT ONLY APPLYING OUR FREEDOM OF SPEECH OUT THERE IN THE FIELD BUT MORE SIGNIFICANT IS THAT WE ARE EXERCISING OUR FREEDOM OF RELIGION.  WITH THAT SAID, THE HOLY BIBLE IS OUR RELIGION THAT GIVES US LIBERTY TO CALL SINNERS “WHORES” “SODOMITES” “DOGS” “SWINE”, ETC. THAT EVEN CONGRESS CAN NOT HINDER.     

Liberals, socialists, atheists, and others who can't read the United States Constitution correctly with a magnifying glass, a dictionary, and a tutor, insist that the 1st Amendment prohibits any religious expression in a public setting.

Those of us who can read grammar school English understand that our constitution does just the opposite. It protects our religious liberties, particularly in the public sphere. It would be as gratuitous to protect our right to worship in private or pray silently as it would be to defend our right to be asleep when our eyes are closed.

Our 1st Amendment reads:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; ..."

Notice a few simple things. The words separation, church, or state do not appear in the amendment. Prayer, Nativity scenes, Ten Commandment displays, or the Bible are not mentioned as prohibited. It is only Congress being addressed. It says Congress shall make NO law pertaining to these things, not that they should make countless laws. Congress is not allowed to establish a "State Religion" nor to prohibit the free exercise of religion.

A 10 year old could understand that, but most 10 year olds are not liberals, socialists, or atheists. So let's take them on their own level. There is a particular religion that is not only pervasive in the public sphere, but is funded with our own tax dollars, often against our will. We need to have this religion expunged from the public roll and the public dole.

This religion is the faith of evolutionism. This religion is preached in virtually every public education institution in America, by sermonizers being paid by our taxes.

Evolutionists believe humans descended from the same ancestor as apes, several million years ago. That not only takes being a monkey's uncle literally, but it is believed without any observation among billions of humans over thousands of years. The observation is devolution, the exact opposite of evolution - things degenerate. They not only believe in their religion despite the absence of evidence, they believe it in the face of all the evidence being contradictory. That is truly a religion requiring great faith.

Not only that, but they believe all living creatures eventually share the same common ancestor, if you go back enough million years. That means all living things are related. Our forebears are skunks, rats, and slugs. Don't step on great-great grandpa!

I kid you not. I know it sounds like a fairy tale - but that would be an insult to fairy tales. The fairy tale has a frog turn into a prince aided by the catalyst of the kiss of a beautiful princess (kisses can bring incredible results, but this is too much even for a fable). The religion of evolutionism has the frog turning into a prince if we just wait long enough. We would fare better to wait for the Energizer bunny to stop going or the Verizon man to not be able to "hear me now".

Again, no creature has ever been observed to turn into another kind of creature. Fossils are just the preservation of dead things, and indicate nothing about the creature's ancestry. Besides that, fossils need conditions of great heat, pressure, and water to form, but we can't go there. It sounds too much like Noah's flood. Despite this absolute absence of evidence, evolutionists believe in their religion anyway. Their great faith would humble a Muslim suicide bomber.

If that isn't enough (please indulge me as I assail credibility), advocates of the evolutionary myth actually believe this common, grandfather-of-all amoeba was once a potion of non-living chemicals and minerals that became alive without the aid of even a magic wand. This means we actually came from rocks. Evolutionists understandably are reluctant to admit this since it again gives credence to the Bible, Jer 2:27 "Saying to a ... stone, Thou hast brought me forth".

Of course the rocks came from the "big bang" which occurred when nothing "quantum leaped" and became something smaller than a period on this page, which expanded into the entire universe. Doesn't that make sense? Who needs psychedelic drugs when we have evolutionism?

Evolutionists have the right to believe their religion, no matter how ridiculous it sounds to those of us with sane minds. What they don't have is the right to the public coffers to fund their faith. Yet, we know their religion is propagated in public education institutions all
over the country. In fact, they are now unabashedly promoting evolutionism in the religious realm and recruiting clergymen to shill for their religion.

If those who believe in this myth want to propagate it, they should have to pay for it themselves, just like most religions do. Of course they know if they aren't able to keep their hands in our pockets and pick our wallets, their religious myth will fade into oblivion.

We must stop this gross violation of the establishment of religion, especially a religion that is demonstrably un-American. The Declaration of the States (called the Declaration of Independence) recognizes "Nature's God" and avers unapologetically that "all men are created" and they are "endowed by their Creator" with the rights we enjoy as Americans.

Creation is the Americanist position. Evolutionism is not only a religious faith, but it is an anti-American pagan pipedream. It should be expunged from our society.

 

The oath or affirmation of office of the President of the United States was established in the United States Constitution and is mandatory for a President upon beginning a term of office. The wording is prescribed by the Constitution (Article II, Section 1, Clause 8), as follows:

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, So help me God.

Many other federal oaths which do include the phrase "So help me God."  As all federal judges and executive officers were required to recite "So help me God" as early as 1789.

 

 

 

 

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