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Oh, eternal and everlasting God, direct my thoughts, words and work. Wash away my sins in the immaculate blood of the Lamb and purge my heart by Thy Holy Spirit. Daily, frame me more and more in the likeness of Thy son, Jesus Christ, that living in Thy fear, and dying in Thy favor, I may in thy appointed time obtain the resurrection of the justified unto eternal life. Bless, O Lord, the whole race of mankind and let the world be filled with the knowledge of Thee and Thy son, Jesus Christ.
- George Washington
We have this day [Fourth of July] restored the Sovereign to whom all men ought to be obedient. He reigns in Heaven, and from the rising to the setting of the sun, let His Kingdom come.
- Samuel Adams
Congress printed a Bible for America and said:
“The United States in Congress assembled … recommend this edition of the Bible to the inhabitants of the United States … a neat edition of the Holy Scriptures for the use of schools.”
- United States Congress 1782
Congress passed this resolution:
“The Congress of the United States recommends and approves the Holy Bible for use in all schools.”
- United States Congress 1782
There is no such thing as separation of Church and state, no where can it be found in the founding documents. It was made up by a bigoted judge on the U.S. Spreme Court. 7 years ago from a Republican in Lakemore, OH
Yes, but leave references in place where it is a part of the original structure. 7 years ago from a Democrat in Carlsborg, WA
Not if it going to cost taxpayers money to remove the references. 7 years ago from a Democrat in Brooklyn, NY
Having god referenced on a coin or in a song or in a pledge is fine. But the separation of church and state means that references to god should not used in deciding federal laws and policies. 7 years ago from a Democrat in Medford, NY
Leave what exists (currency, etc), but maintain a separation in all government rulings, decision making processes, etc. 7 years ago from a Democrat in Malden, MA
Why waste the time and money - just leave it alone as it should bother no one. 7 years ago from a Libertarian in Carlsborg, WA
Yes. Having "In God We Trust" on our money confuses people, making them thing the god of money and the God of Creation are the same god. 7 years ago from a Green in Auburn, WA
Yes, the First Amendment protects the right to be free from religion as well as the right to be free to practice religion. And by the way, the "Yes" option you provide under "Choose another stance" is poorly phrased. 7 years ago from a Green in Greenbelt, MD
The people who founded our country were seeking religious freedom, it makes sense that this is part of the heritage. A state sponsored religion is very different than having references to God on currency, and buildings. I don't think it's a... 7 years ago from a Libertarian in Beech Grove, IN
It should be removed from currency, but left alone everywhere else. 7 years ago from a Democrat in Lovejoy, MO
References to a nondescript, generic deity pose no threat to the separation of church and state. However, as we redesign currency, seals, monuments, etc. It may be desirable to avoid even that. Focus instead on Liberty, Justice and other good looking... 7 years ago from a Democrat in Richardson, TX
It should remain there as part of our history. However, in the present and future, we should refrain from god being mentioned in our government. 7 years ago from a Green in Morrisville, PA