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Throughout the twentieth century, the secular and irreligious forces that helped to produce the ravages around the world have been steadily and aggressively at work eroding America’s religious and cultural foundations. Groups, such as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), that have arisen out of atheistic Communism have succeeded in cheating America out of the greatest national heritage the world has ever known. But, the historical record is teeming with evidence that refutes the uninformed opinions of liberal judges who have kowtowed to these irreligious anti-American groups.

In his media presentation, The Truth About America’s Christian Origin, Dr. Stephen Flick—founder of Christian Heritage Fellowship, Inc.—demonstrates how America was Christian from its inception. Relying upon historical documentation, Dr. Flick demonstrates how America’s Founding Fathers sought to influence their nation with the Christian principles that they believed alone could make a nation great. Refuting the misinformation of secularists that have characterized Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and others as “deists,” Dr. Flick provides primary evidence from the writings of the Founders of their commitment to the principles of Christianity. The facts exhibited in this presentation will never again allow members of the audience to believe that America was founded as a secular nation, but was established as the Founding Fathers intended—as a Christian nation.

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