America's National Identity:
A Judeo-Christian Nation

When a nation gets uncertain about its own national identity, it's not good.

Just some 50 years ago and earlier, it was a general understanding that America was founded as an exclusively Judeo-Christian nation. The consensus was based on the historic facts that America indeed was founded by Christians and Jews (Christians being a great majority over 95%).

After the first Christian pilgrims came in America on sail ship May Flower in 1620, a small band of Dutch Jews immigrants landed in Ameirca in 1654, seeking refuge and religious liberty too. Since the very beginning therefore it was a joined venture.

Later, our Founding Fathers, while being devoted Christians, revered the Old Testaments and the Ten Commandments, which inspired them so much, that they wished to embed Judaic symbols into the state images of the United States.  

Thus America remained Judeo-Christian de facto and by a general consensus up to the late 1960s
the time when the NWO and the ruling elites of the West set the goal to do away with the very concept of national identity in every Western nation (unheard of in the human history): to turn Europe inot Eurabia and America in Amerabia. It's impossible to invent something more treasonous and suicidal than this!

Before the marxist take over of the nation in the 1960s every textbook of history pointed out that this nation was founded by the immigrants predominantly from
Europe and near 100% Christians. It was colonies of the Great Britain, so that English remained their national language. Christianity and Judaism, English language, and citizenry of European origin comprised the foundation of the American national identity.

Since the 1960s however the lefts, some of the rights, anarchists, and militant atheists vehemently deny our national identity as a Judeo-Christian nation. They interpret the secular structure of our government as though mandatory atheism of this nation, referring to the Bolshevik's slogan of "Separation of Church and State" as though it were in our Constitution.

At that both the lefts and the rights are in a strange love affair with islam: So much so, that they claim as though the word "Religion" in the 1st Amendment stands for each and every religion of the world (just to accommodate islam, mind you). The truth may be settled very simply.
The Founders could mean only the Religion(s) practiced by the colonists and defining the national identity of our Judeo-Christian nation. After all, most nations of the world were mono-religious, and neither of them claimed as though its national identity includes all religions of the world.

This page therefore is a compilation of several quotes of the Founders rebuffing the atheist and leftists propaganda. 


   We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

John Adams, second president of the United States.

   Can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of God? - Thomas Jefferson, third president of the
United States.

    Human law must rest its authority ultimately upon the authority of that law which is divine. … religion and law are twin sisters. … indeed these two sciences run into each other.

James Wilson, signer of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution
and original justice on the
U.S. Supreme Court.


  To the kindly influence of Christianity we owe that degree of civil freedom, and political and social happiness which mankind now enjoys… Whenever the pillars of Christianity shall be overthrown, our present form of government and all blessings which flow from them must fall with them.

Jedidiah Morse, sometimes called “The Father of American Geography”

This poster (in pdf)

More to read on the topic 

Why atheists can't be real Americans - by Joseph Farah: 

Whistle blower, Vol. 12, No. 11, 2003

1. How Court invented Church-State "Wall of separation"- by David Barton, p. 4
2. Making the Ten Commandments invisible - by David Kupelian, p. 5
3.  Top US  Anti-Terror General condemned for Christian statements, p. 9
4. The war on Christianity in public schools - by David Limbaugh, p. 10
5. U.S. not founded on Chruch-State separation - by William Rehnquist, p. 26
6. Separation of Atheism and State - by Bob Just, p. 32

Whistle blower, Vol. 12, No. 7, 2003

1. Putting God back into the public Square - by Roy S. Moore, p. 28