You’ve been lied to. You probably knew that already.
Your children are being lied to, but I bet they don’t know it. For decades now Americans have been told that Christianity’s role in the founding of this nation is minimal, at best. But the truth can't be hidden any longer.
Deep in the recesses of long-forgotten dusty library shelves, you can find books that clobber the liars of history. Most of these books have been removed from library shelves. Today’s Christian critics rarely, if ever, make mention of them. Of course they don’t. They play the odds. They know that millions of Americans have never heard of these once prominent history books. Who’s going to question a representative from the ACLU with Daniel Dorchester’s nearly 800-page Christianity in the United States since there are few people who even know it exists?
Dorchester’s massive study begins with the colonial era and continues through 1887. The author does something unique. Not only have the religious statistics of the churches been studied, but also the moral and social phenomena. Critics aren’t opposed to private religious beliefs, but what really bugs them is the social impact of religion. In the case of Dorchester’s book, it’s the impact of Christianity on all of life that really interests him. He also uncovers the seeds of skepticism, how once Christian institutions were lost. There are lessons here for our day.
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