This question is because of a previous question.
Christians think we are. Non-Christians say we're not.
It's erroneous to think that this nation was founded specifically for Christianity. The pilgrims left England because of a tyrannical king. They wanted the right to worship as they chose, but they also wanted to be free men. The founding fathers specifically left God out of the Constitution because they didn't want it to confuse people into thinking we are a Christian nation. We have freedom for ALL religions. Just b/c the majority claim Christianity still doesn't make us a Christian nation. We're still a melting pot of all religions and nationalities.
So I say, "No, we are not a Christian nation." What do you say?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:00 AM on Sep. 2, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by urkiddingright at 12:22 PM on Sep. 2, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 11:03 AM on Sep. 2, 2009
I have a right to be a Christian here in America.
America was established so we could have the freedom of religion of our choice.
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