Pre­serv­ing God in Amer­ica

The Washington Times Daily - - Opinion -

Over the years, the Amer­i­can peo­ple have been very tol­er­ant of those who have expressed a dis­be­lief in God. Now, how­ever, those same peo­ple are at­tack­ing, re­mov­ing or try­ing to re­move any­thing in this coun­try per­tain­ing to God.

At first, the dis­be­liev­ers sent up trial bal­loons at­tack­ing rel­a­tively small is­sues, but ev­ery time they were suc­cess­ful, they be­came more em­bold­ened. Some peo­ple have stood up and fought them in the courts, only to be knocked down, of­ten by a fed­eral judge.

If the ma­jor­ity of the Amer­i­can peo­ple want God’s name to re­main on our gov­ern­ment build­ings and cur­rency, “We, the peo­ple” should de­mand it. One of the ob­jec­tives when try­ing to take over a coun­try is to de­mor­al­ize its peo­ple. Re­mov­ing God’s name from their ev­ery­day lives against their will and chal­leng­ing re­li­gion in an ef­fort to drive a wedge be­tween church and the peo­ple are two good ex­am­ples.

May God con­tinue to bless Amer­ica. With so much anti-god sen­ti­ment be­ing voiced, I pray He will. RON WOOTTERS Lam­bertville, N.J.

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