Our founding Fathers were known to have worship services in the chambers of the government buildings where they served daily. Jefferson, who is credited for writing the 1st Amendment which is the foundation of this separation, is said to have worshiped each Sunday in the capitol. Also, none of our founding fathers had objection when Ben Franklin suggested each session begin with a prayer. I wonder, like with the Bible, can we accurately interpret a Man's intent if we consider the Man's words without considering the times and conditions in which he wrote those words? Do we really expect the president of our nation to perform his political duties without ever letting his spiritual convictions influence his decisions? What would our modern society do to Lincoln political future for making statements like, "that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom"? Can a Man truly separate his politics from his religion?