Religion In America: One Nation Under God

Posted on April 3, 2010. Filed under: General Info | Tags: |

Soldier for Liberty would like to wish you a  Happy Easter and offer this look at the history of religion in America.

One Nation Under God: Religion and History in Washington, D.C.   (a Fox News special)

Every year, the fight continues over where can we put a nativity scene or a menorah. The battle over religion in the public square has been with us for so long now that few can remember when it wasn’t a regular part of the American scene.

With most political battles, the question is what should we do now or how should be plan for the future. But this controversy is different. This argument looks back, over two centuries ago and asks just what did the Founding Fathers believe was the place of religion in our society?

Join host Newt Gingrich as FOX News searches for answers in the great monuments and historic buildings of our nation’s capital.

We’ll uncover a long-forgotten story of religion in America which will surprise anyone who’s followed today’s church-state debate.

To view documentary please click here.

( does not allow for me to post the video here as it is not from youtube or google; I apologize for the inconvenience of having to view off site)


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It seems like our organization’s mission runs parallel to this Fox News special. We’re trying to get the word out about our Christian heritage any way we can. Help us by visiting our site, a resource for learning our heritage, at


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