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On February 29, 1892, The Supreme Court declared (in Holy Trinity v. United States) that the historical record of America overwhelmingly demonstrated that the United States “… is a Christian nation.” Contrary to this historical and legal record, judges throughout the end of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first centuries have repeatedly ruled against the place that Christianity has enjoyed in American life. Rather than render decisions consistent with the legal foundation of America, activist judges have taken it upon themselves to attempt to establish a new foundation for American law—that being the subjective opinions of liberal activist judges. Thousands of pieces of evidence exist that demonstrate that America was founded as a Christian nation, and Holy Trinity v. United States is only one of the many pieces of that mosaic.

Dealing with America’s early history, Justice David Brewer identifies America’s Christian origin in detail. Few Americans are aware that the Supreme Court ruled well in advance concerning America’s Christian heritage and the relationship which the Christian Faith sustained to the nations’ legal foundation. Share a copy of this important ruling with a friend or family member today.

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