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Separation of Church & State: What the Founders Meant based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
So many Americans take it for granted that the phrase "separation of church and state" comes from our Constitution when it does not. This "misleading metaphor" as William Rehnquist described it, has been taken out of context and misused to the point that we are denying the very free religious expression our Constitution DOES guarantee! Barton is one of the foremost scholars on our nation's founding fathers and their attitudes toward religion. His tireless research and in-depth explanations are what every American needs to know, especially those in charge of our government and our court system!
David Barton again uses his ability to research a subject and debunks a myth concerning our Constitution in such a way that anyone who wants to learn the truth can only come away with the conviction that the so called Separation of Church and State does not exist. A wonderful read tha will hold the attention of the reader and make them want to learn more.
Easy and informative reading in one sitting; worth reading twice and more. Explains a lot we probably didn't know or hadn't remembered. Good reference source too. Excellent!
It makes so much sense. Its a shame the progressives want to destroy religion.
David Barton explains the true intent of the First Ammendment. The Founding Fathers would doubtless give Mr. Barton a standing ovation.