I'm constantly reading on this board, implied and otherwise, that we are not now, and never were a Christian nation. Well, I won't debate that particular point simply because I have never seen a concise definition of ""CHRISTIAN NATION". Be that as it may, I WILL most emphatically state that we were a nation that based our laws, morals, and trust on the one true God. Now there's always a leftist who can find some isolated writing or recorded quote from one of the founders that "proves" he was not a Christian. Again, be that as it may, the general consensus of the FF was (is) that we are a nation founded and modeled after a Christian pattern. I would highly recommend the following book that draws from pre-modern history manuscripts, and thus have not been tainted by the liberal revisionism of the early "socialist" reformers of our educational system. The Light And The Glory by Peter Marshall & David Manuel Pg 255: (IE: The French Revolution?) Pg 356: Unfortunately, I'm afraid that DDE's quote has come to pass - we, as a nation, are looking to politics to save us & it just ain't gonna happen! This is not to say this nation is perfect by any means, but we sure are nowhere near as evil as the left is so eager to portray us. If you are as fed up as me about the denigration of our nation by those who hate us ( foreign AND domestic), this book is a ray of sunshine.