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(and "In God We Trust" was another phrase not originally in legal documents or on currency until a coalition of churches lobbied for it and got it in the early 1900's
Originally posted by William
Um... wasn't the original pledge authored without "under God", which was later added under the Eisenhower administration?
Originally posted by observer
...but it was actually Salmon Portland Chase who had it stamped on the greenback...
I don't know...With a name like that, *something* sure seems fishy...
Originally posted by MidnightDStroyer
Yes, this is true...However, our founding Fathers had strong Christian beliefs influencing them when they wrote up our original Founding Documents. Even though they never *specified* a seperation of Church & State, it seems (IMO) to have been their *intentions* when drafting those Documents...
Of the quotes I have read from your founding father's, I had come to the conclusion that they were not christian. Unless those quotes are false.
(quotes widely found on the net)