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  • Title: Separation of Church & State: What the Founders Meant
  • Author: David Barton
  • ISBN: 9781932225419
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback

  • Separation of Church & State: What the Founders Meant By David Barton This new book is very timely for one of the most frequently debated issues in America the separation of church and state Where did this phrase originate Was it always meant to prohibit expressions of religious faith in public settings as many claim today Learn the answers to these questions and discover the Founding Fathers own words and intents in this book With allThis new book is very timely for one of the most frequently debated issues in America the separation of church and state Where did this phrase originate Was it always meant to prohibit expressions of religious faith in public settings as many claim today Learn the answers to these questions and discover the Founding Fathers own words and intents in this book With all these resources, you will be able to clearly understand the original intent of the Founding Fathers and be able to share those beliefs with others This book is the accompaniment to the DVD Video CD Cassette The Foundations of American Government.
    David Barton
    David Barton is the Founder and President of WallBuilders, a national pro family organization that presents America s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious and constitutional heritage.WallBuilders is a name taken from the Old Testament writings of Nehemiah, who led a grassroots movement to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem and restore its strength and honor In the same way, WallBuilders seeks to energize the grassroots today to become involved in strengthening their communities, states, and nation.David is the author of numerous best selling books, with the subjects being drawn largely from his massive library of tens of thousands of original writings from the Founding Era He also addresses well over 400 groups each year.His exhaustive research has rendered him an expert in historical and constitutional issues and he serves as a consultant to state and federal legislators, has participated in several cases at the Supreme Court, was involved in the development of the History Social Studies standards for states such as Texas and California, and has helped produce history textbooks now used in schools across the nation.

    Separation of Church & State: What the Founders Meant By David Barton

    Commentaires:

    Kimmie
    Do your research I am thankful I collect books because I won t have to depend on today s Internet for my history.

    J.D. White
    A great, short little book about the history of the complete misconception and twisting of the phrase separation of church and state which originated from a short letter from Thomas Jefferson and, in context of the whole letter, Jefferson was actually stressing that the government has NO RIGHT OR AUTHORITY TO PROHIBIT ANY FORM OF RELIGIOUS EXPRESSION IN ANY PUBLIC SPHERE except where it breaks decent moral and or civil law, i.e human sacrifice, child abuse, etc and thus he was stating that all o [...]

    Erin
    I liked its emphasis on the importance of religion as it pertains to education A very well written pamphlet s not exactly a book.

    Claudia
    This book is a standard volume handed out by my state Senator to his colleagues as justification for private school vouchers it s not credible research, but it s being peddled as such Authors with axes to grind pick and choose their evidence, or make it up, if it fits their scenario Barton seems an expert at thisbut reading this short little book payback for WAR AND PEACE lets me see what others believeI m not a Constitutional scholar, and critics will point out, neither is Barton But I m an edu [...]

    Stephen Matlock
    Untrustworthy nonsense, from start to finish.I rated this as low as I did because the author is not qualified to write about this topic so as to be trusted as an authority This is a polemic, not a scholarly article Barton, in his book The Myth of Separation, argues that Christians were the ones who were intended to hold public office and that Jews and members of other sects were not Here are some further extracts of his views about church and state from his book The Myth of Separation Barton bel [...]

    Jack Hansen
    This important issue of separation of Church and State has become a hot topic and battleground for Atheists vs Christians David Barton explains why the meaning has been turned upside down so that the few decide for the many in a miscarriage of justice.

    Keith
    David Barton is an amazing historian on US history, this short, easy, and to the point booklet is definetly worth the read He doesn t give his opinion on history, he cites it Big difference If you want to know the truth about American History, read what the Framers who started this country say David Barton is an expert at leading you to the original intent of the founders of this great country Its no mystery, and the interpretation of what the founders of America wanted is very clear Its unfortu [...]

    Steve Dustcircle
    Horrible attempt to support a theocratic government and religious discrimiation.

    C.A. Davidson
    Too many people are confusing the roles of church vs state today We are seeing people literally get away with murder in the name of freedom of religion If a member of any religion steals or commits murder, they are subject to civil law, and are not protected by freedom of religion, because that member has violated the constitutional rights of another person and is a threat to the safety of others.

    John F.
    Mr Barton draws upon history, to tell the truth, that there is no such thing as separation of church and state He shows how the courts misinterpreted the First Amendment He also instructs America how to work to bring morality back to America Great book.

    Ed
    A good essay Would have loved for him to have expounded on the subject Also felt the need for him to address counter arguments.

    David Willmore
    The establishment clause was to protect religion from the government, not the other way around.

    Martha
    I want this in the Kindle Edition.

    Joe N.
    A good short read really it s a pamphlet not a book but it s straight to the point in twenty pages.

    Janey
    Very short and to the point.

    Nisa
    History is addicting I love reading the words of our founding fathers

    G
    I m guessing this extends on the subject from what he gave in the Godly Heritage video Especially considering recent current events ever increasing I would love to read this one.

    Danmcgohan
    Very easily read Logical and factual, but Mr Barton was preaching to the chior.

    Suzanne
    Explains the origin and real meaning of this phrase

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