It doesn’t take much honest reading of American history to realize that we are a Christian nation. No, we don’t require anyone to be a Christian to live in America, but our foundational principles, the values upon which our republic rests, are decidedly Christian.
When I see the left attempt to re-write or cover up true American Christian history, I realize that they believe it too. If they didn’t believe it and didn’t know it to be true, they wouldn’t have worked so hard for so long to make sure our schoolchildren couldn’t read or study the truth or to remove symbols of our history from our monuments and historical documents.
No, they believe it to be true too, but in their zeal to avoid any acknowledgement of God, they’d rather launch lawsuits for being offended, and keep prayer out of schools, and work to keep any display of the Christian faith out of the public arena. If the left wasn’t threatened, they wouldn’t care. In my speeches, I work to tell true and largely obscure stories of Christian faith in our history so that folks say, “Wow, I didn’t know that!”