has forgotten its moral and spiritual roots as a Christian
- Christian men & women must come forward to serve in
the public debate to help craft legislation reflecting Christian values
- Our Constitution does not advocate honoring a
religious pluralism in government.
The men who founded our country overtly considered Christian
principles in legislative debate, governmental functions, and publicly
funded education. Alternate
gods, religions, and spiritual traditions were not given equal
- As a nation, we tolerate the individualís right to the
practice of religion regardless of the god of his/her worship. However, giving equal weight to
the voice of every religion in the legislative debate betrays and
contradicts the principles of the Founders and their Constitutional
- Current judicial injunction against endorsing God and
Christian principles in governmental ceremony and process is a modern
Historical context and Constitutional intent indicate clearly the
centrality of Biblical principle and the God of the Bible in
- The Constitution does not require restricting
governmental action & proclamation to avoid all Christian expression
which may confront and offend those of other religious persuasions. Judicial interpretation banning
the expression of Godís name and Christian teaching in schools and
government reflects modern societyís struggle to throw off the chains of
righteous Godly rule. As
people, we are proud at heart and seek to justify our own desires. Pride and lust lie at the heart
of our rebellion.
- Legislation should reflect the pattern of a Godly social
order as presented in the whole of Christian Scripture.
- Judicial decisions contradicting Biblical scripture are
fundamentally erroneous and merit removal from the body of case law.
- The Bible is an adequate reflection of the fullness of
the Mind of God when considered in its entirety without the confining
dogmatism of denominational interpretation. It is flexible and broad enough
to serve as the moral foundation of a diverse modern world.
- No State sanctioned denominational creed shall serve as
a litmus test of Christian heresy or orthodoxy. The Founderís wisdom of
disallowing the establishment of a State Denomination is the wall of
separation which will prevent the tyranny of a Church-State theocracy