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DocReits May 7, 2014 at 7:49 am

Well said Pastor Jack,

While maybe not Christians, these early fathers of our country certainly believed in Providence or the guiding hand of the Creator. Thank you for your well thought out description of the same.


Jack Wellman May 7, 2014 at 8:49 am

So true Doc….are we not so blessed that they were the originals of this nation? God is sovereign and these nations roots were no accident.

Jack H May 7, 2014 at 3:47 pm

Hi, Pastor! Another great article as usual, that presents the core facts! But can you explain one thing? I come from Yorkshire in England, and I don’t understand this whole “revision” thing. Do you have evidence they were/are doing it? And more importantly, why would they want to, as historians who have some control over public knowledge, abuse their duties?
Thanks, Jack H 😀

Jack Wellman May 7, 2014 at 4:12 pm

Thanks Jack. The evidence of their revising or erasing true history for one that is trying to push God out of the picture is in our history books themselves. If you find older history books, the ones that I remember from my school years in the 60’s and 70’s included that religion was the backbone of America’s history and that all of the first colleges were really seminaries and that 99% of all Americans were Christian but the history books of today do not say anything about these facts of history and their sin is one of omission. They are omitting what is true and dumbing it down only to a pursuit of a new nation and not the reasons why…fleeing from religious persecution and to be allowed to worship God in the biblical sense. Does this make sense Jack.

Jack H May 8, 2014 at 2:01 am

Yes, it does, and thank you for your answer, Pastor! Now I understand. Indeed, godlessness is rising by the minute. Take the British Census, for example. Christianity was 71% in 2001, it went down to 59% on 2011. That is a whopping 12%!! As for some of the other religions, they are currently increasing, but at a very slow rate. As for atheism, I believe you already know the drill. It increased from 15% to 25%! So yes, it is obvious what is already happening to America AND Britain! The end times have definitely arrived, and us Christians must prepare spiritually for ’em!

Jack Wellman May 8, 2014 at 5:53 am

Amen Jack…preparing for the worst in the next few years but expecting the best when He returns for us. Indeed, we must prepare for these times.

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