I genuinely think that society’s rejection of God is the root cause of why our nation has so thoroughly disintegrated to this point.
The notion that there must be a separation between church and state has been promoted by people on the left for decades; yet, this is only true in the sense in which it was meant.
As I’ve previously stated, the separation of church and state—which, incidentally, is not enshrined in the Constitution—was only intended to prevent the government from designating one particular religion or denomination—words that were used synonymously at the time—as the official or the only one that was permitted in the nation.
All you have to do is look at what it was like in the 1700s. There was only one official religion, and if you had a different belief, you faced persecution.
Sadly, conservatives and weak-minded Christians bought this line hook and sinker and started pushing the idea as well. Now you have churches that believe that they should just stay out of politics altogether.
But the issue I take with that is that Christianity is not some fun game to be played. It’s not a neat thing to do in front of people on Sundays. Being a Christian means giving allegiance.
Our country was founded on Judeo-Christian values and as John Adams put it, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People.”
James Madison wrote that our Constitution requires “sufficient virtue among men for self-government,” otherwise, “nothing less than the chains of despotism can restrain them from destroying and devouring one another.”
If you look at what’s really wrong with the country, it’s the immorality from the left. Everything that they want to push is contrary to true morality and contrary to what God asks of us.
Former Attorney General Bill Barr said recently that he believes that we’re facing the biggest crisis since the resurrection of Jesus himself.
“That’s because our whole civilization is based on the Judeo-Christian tradition, and that tradition is under sustained attack by increasingly militant secular forces,” Barr said. Among such forces, Barr said, were the many so-called “progressives.”
Our country was a Christian nation at one time. People can say that it wasn’t, but it’s not true at all. I’m not going to make the argument that they perfectly understood scripture the same or even properly, but by-and-large, they believed in God and Jesus Christ as the Savior of mankind and they pledged their allegiance to him and that was demonstrated through their love of country.
So, what can we do about it? How can we save the Republic? By turning back to God and reclaiming our government. God-fearing individuals need to be in power, not immoral tyrants.