Wednesday, July 15, 2009

No, we're not a Christian Nation, Mark

Mark, just because an important document had words like "Divine Trinity," and "by the grace of God," it doesn't necessarily refer to Christianity, and it sure as hell doesn't mean that the United States is a Christian nation because the vast majority say that they practice your faith!

This is, as it were, the baptismal certificate of the United States of America - the treaty by which Britain, in the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity - acknowledged the independence of our nation…and they did it in the year of our Lord, 1783. Now, our liberal friends like to point to one (1) treaty with some north African barbarians where we say we’re not founded on Christianity - but I think this treaty carries a bit more weight in demonstrating American beliefs. Not just a belief in God, but a belief in the Trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

So, stick that in your atheist pipe and smoke it, if you like - but we are a Christian nation, and have been from the start.

How far up your ass do you have to be to believe this nonsense?

3 comments:

Count Istvan said...

poor Nooner.

Chris said...

I believe this nation is a very very diverse nation and not a single faith based nation.

Chris said...

oh one more thing:

this from Mark: but we are a Christian nation, and have been from the start


me: No No NO, The founding fathers were not Christians. If you ever bothered to check you facts you would know that. they had very little use of Christianity and did not believe the Bible was true.

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