Not quite sure where I really need to begin as there are a couple of things that come into play here as I try to write this. First, everyone is familiar with our Declaration of Independence from England that “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights”. Note the word “their” and not “our”. But no where will we find any reference as such in our Constitution. It has been said and questioned many times among scholars and other experts that some of our “founding fathers” were deists or in other words those who have a belief in the existence of a God on the evidence of reason and nature only, with rejection of supernatural revelation, a belief in a God who created the world but has since remained indifferent to it. Now I can’t say for a fact they were or not, even though (click on blue underlined titles herein for more info) research of their religious affiliation has been documented by many and has shown that some definitely were deists and others were not nor were they Christians. But I am going on the premise here in this case that some were not supportive of Christianity, as the evidence I am bringing forth seems to support that. Don’t even know if they were the majority or of such caliber that they were able to convince or fool others into thinking that all was done in the name of being such.
They were extremely cunning in ensuring that they did not acknowledge religion in a way that favors any particular gospel or denomination. So how did we come to think of our nation as a Christian nation? The term we see on our money “In God We Trust” did not come about until 1956 as a replacement for E pluribus unum which appears on our Great Seal of the United States, which simply means “One out of many”. Even our current leader has stated in the past that whatever we once were we are no longer a Christian nation but rather a nation of Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and a nation of nonbelievers. But today he proclaims that we do not consider ourselves as a Christian nation. Where did it get lost, or better yet, did we even have such a nation in the very beginning or did it evolve to such for a brief period of time in our history only to disappear. We all know the last reference caused an uproar among all of us who consider America to be such. We may not be, but we don’t want anyone telling us we are not because primarily America is inhabited by Christians, or at least it was. Our religious freedom is one thing that we regard as part of our liberties. We respect those rights in all people in this nation.
Now here is where it gets interesting from the standpoint of what we thought that our founding fathers stood for. The people of that time, who were primarily Christians and fled England to seek religious freedom, were duped. How say you – because the founding fathers agenda did not support God’s word, but rather Greco-Roman, one that supported a worldly view. How can that be; well tell me what sits on the top of the dome of our Capitol. You won’t find Christian symbols but rather pagan ones. (Don’t get confused here with the Supreme Court building which was not built and ready for occupancy until 1935.) Now we all know that during Constantine’s reign he was dealing with paganism and Christianity among the people and they were constantly at war with each other. So he combined the two to appease both sides. Even today, we still combine those two religious philosophies even as we celebrate Christmas with our trees and wreaths. Take a look as there are more you will be in shock over - Some Pagan items adopted by Christians .
But now back to the Capitol whose architecture is none other than a 19th century style, principally derived from the architecture of Classical Greece and Rome. The freize or rotunda depicts Washington surrounded by 13 maidens in an inner ring with many Greek and Roman gods and goddesses below him in a second ring. And yes, there are other depictions which do represent our history. Also did you know that what sits atop the dome is none other than the Goddess Minerva otherwise known to us as the Statue of Freedom. Yet the Goddess Minerva did not represent such. She represented wisdom and crafts and to the Romans she represented war.
So, if our founding fathers (which by the way that term did not come into existence until 1916 from then Senator Warren G. Harding) were supposedly Christian men, why weren’t other symbols used? Why not use the eagle which is basically our national emblem and came about as such in 1782 and that was 81 years before the statue was placed on the Capitol dome in 1863. Of course the founding fathers were long gone, but the plans for such were in the works long before that (1792) and the foundation for One Out of Many had already been laid. But then again I can only hope that what our founding fathers initially wanted was somehow changed way back then because during that time Abe Lincoln was President and there had been 15 other Presidents before that time and Franklin Pierce (DEM) was President when the renovation began on the dome.
I surmise (guess) based on these small pieces of evidence that there could be the possibility that WE WERE NOT FOUNDED AS A CHRISTIAN NATION but rather a nation meant to be inclusive as part of a ONE WORLD ORDER. How utterly disappointing if this is even remotely true. Furthermore, it leads me to suspect that our leaders know something we don’t about our foundation as we are now seeing by their actions or should I say inaction that such a goal is beginning to appear that it may be coming to fruition. In light of this revelation, I reluctantly give in to the fact that it all seems to be making sense like it never did before because I cannot for the life of me understand why they are doing nothing, but let it all happen. But I would really like to know exactly when it all started to change and under what regime.
Luke 8:17 (KJV)
For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.