Is this a Christian Nation?

by Steve Ray on October 11, 2009

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Brother Ed October 11, 2009 at 8:35 PM

Ooooooooo, am I gonna catch it for this one!

No, sir, we have not been a “Christian nation” since the day the Puritans stepped foot on the soil of this shore and began to steal the land away from the Indians. They outlawed Christmas and hoped to establish a religious colony “free from papist influence”.

Doesn’t sound very Christian to me to oppose our Lord’s Church which He established upon St. Peter in His own precious Blood!

The signers of the Constitution were Freemasons and Diests. They persecuted the Catholics who came to live in this country. In fact, this country has a rather long, sordid, and roundly bigoted history of persecuting those of the Catholic Faith. It became especially virulent during the Spanish American War. Go through the archives and read what the newspapers were printing in regards to the Catholic Faith and the people of the Philippines. See how they treated Al Smith for being Catholic. Read up on the “Know Nothings” of last century.

And now, we have a president who is pushing with all his heart to legitimize sodomy and promises to Planned Parenthood that he is going to support them and their murderous agenda. This is, of course, the logical end to all that has come before in history. A truly Christian country would have several distinctives which would set it apart from the rest of the world:

1. The official religion of the country is Catholicism. I don’t want to hear about “pluralism” or “ecumenicism.” Muslim countries are just so because the religion of Islam is the official religion of their country.

2. The official political standard of the country would be kingdom and not democracy, which is a political system spawned in hell as far as I am concerned, for it gives to men the crown rights that God alone has through the rulership of His Church.

3. Any such practices such as abortion or “gay marriage” would be met with severe and strict justice. This is God’s nation, we don’t do such things here, and if you don’t like it — LEAVE!! Go find and settle your own country and call it Sododomia or some such thing.

4. Church bells would ring 3 x a day and the Angelus would be publicly recited. There would be no work done on Sunday except such as absolutely necessary such as the running of hospitals, etc. (This is in the Catechism of the Church)

5. Other “Christian” assemblies would be allowed to exist, but proselytism would be strictly forbidden. In other words, you are free to hold to error and damn your soul, but falsehood is not to be allowed in the open marketplace.

Christian country? Now?

Nope, never has been one and is as pagan as they get right now.

Barbara Edsall October 21, 2009 at 9:20 PM

I don’t think so. If we had been conceived as a “Christian nation”, let alone Judeo-Christian, when Judaism was only legal in ONE of the thirteen colonies, I think that would have been explicitly stated. Take your pick where–the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Federalist Papers. And it wasn’t.

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