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    because they were christian and all belong to christian churches, and again, no one said it was founded as a christian nation, just that christians were the founders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shrewsbury View Post
    because they were christian and all belong to christian churches, and again, no one said it was founded as a christian nation, just that christians were the founders.
    I don't understand why that's such a horrible thing for some people to admit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrewsbury View Post
    because they were christian and all belong to christian churches, and again, no one said it was founded as a christian nation, just that christians were the founders.

    I agree that some of the founding fathers may have been christians and that the never intended it to be a so called christian nation but your conservative friends will take issue with you saying that no one said that America was founded as a christian nation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrveggieman View Post
    I agree that some of the founding fathers may have been christians and that the never intended it to be a so called christian nation but your conservative friends will take issue with you saying that no one said that America was founded as a christian nation.
    So? That's their problem.

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    veggie, that offends me as much as people saying they were not Christians.

    I am unsure why anyone cares, besides those who are studying academic religion or US history.
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