LETTERS Creation of United States was a 'godly miracle'

Roger Di Paolo Published:

The writer of the recent letter, "Plea from a 'secular': Keep religion out of politics" (Record-Courier, Oct. 29), clearly misunderstands or chose to misrepresent Judeo-Christianity and how the God-inspired Word was meant to guide mankind to live in harmony with Himself and society. Those who have committed their lives as witnesses through their daily living are to oppose those things that disobey by falling outside its principles and standards in search of human desires of lust and corruption. The Founding Fathers studied 5,000 years of recorded history to develop a one-of-a-kind, constitutionally ruled, representative democratic republic of three branches to act as checks and balances of each other with the citizenry. The very creation of this nation was though by the colonists as a godly miracle in defeating the strongest, best trained and equipped army of the world. The Constitution is under attack by those deciding not to observe it, but rather use the opinion of man in deciding specific cases rather than by its standards. Popular churches have become social halls rather than teaching the understanding behind the Scriptures to feed spirits. Teachers are used in the social change agenda in government schools by teaching rioting over reading, writing and arithmetic while forgetting the history of our nation's unique founding upon the Word that has guided the United States up until the Progressive movement of 1900. We were a government of independency, opportunity for individuals to succeed, for the entire economy to increase by capitalism. Now we owe other nations trillions of dollars, are dependent on their energy sources, have depression rates of unemployment and 47 percent of our citizens are dependent on government handouts at the expense of the other 53 percent. Man's system of socialism only works when it uses others' money. Donald Rogers, Charlestown

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