1 NATION UNDER GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by 4-christ, Mar 28, 2004.

  1. 4-christ

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    IM GETTING SICK AND TIRED OF PPL TRYING TO TAKE UNDER GOD OUT. THIS NATION WAS FOUNDED UPON HIM AND IT ALWAYS WILL BE.
     
  2. Jeffrey H

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    Non-christians that want to take out "under God" do not have the Holy Spirit within them. They will naturally be hostile to any reference of God. Get ready to be "sick and tired" during your lifetime as there will always be those that hate God. Romans 3 says that "no one is righteous..."

    It's interesting to note that the phrase "under God" was not a part of our national pledge until the early 1950's.
     
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    Why is the US any more "under God" than any other nation?
     
  4. Jeffrey H

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    "under God" was added to the pledge during the Cold War period to weed-out communist sympathizers.

    Since the time we added "under God" to the pledge, our Nation has become more and more God-less.
     
  5. Johnv

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    Just curious. Are you referring to a specific incident? Or are you just venting?

    There has, as of late, been only one case involving this topic. The Supreme Court is currently hearing a case involving this topic regarding the Pledge of Allegience. From the arguements presented before them, it appears the Supreme Court judges are likely going to keep the pledge as it stands now. The decision is expected later this year.

    As a matter of factual history, the words "Under God" have been in the pledge for only 50 years.
    I suppose that's a matter of pulpit opinion. Again, in regards to factual history, this country was founded upon the premise of no taxation without representation. However, one could correctly argue that the colonies were founded to foster freedom of religion. But many of the original colonies found the religions of the other colonies quite heretical.
     

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