July 11, 2018
In 2003, 90% of Americans supported including “In God We Trust” on our money. Whether hardcore church goers or just traditional believers, the majority of Americans consider themselves Christian. Yet, a portion of the 3.1% atheists in the United States want the overwhelming majority of Americans to capitulate to their beliefs, and have filed several lawsuits to achieve their goal. This mindset not only defies a republic, of which we are, it also opposes a democracy, or mob rules. In reality, it is nothing short of tyranny. Regardless, their reasoning lacks facts and evidence.
Atheists argue that having “In God We Trust” violates the founders stance on separation of church and state. However, the founders never demanded that one must abandon their religion in the government realm. The notion of separation between church and state is a deliberate misuse of the phrase used by Thomas Jefferson in a letter to Danbury Baptist Church. The founders only intended that the government could not force or organize a national or federal church, such as the Church of England, even though several states declared state churches for a time. Furthermore, no church should control the government, as the pope did during the Holy Roman Empire.
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