SEPARATING CHURCH FROM STATE
The purpose of this Appendix is to provide ample proofs that your
original state government was your church, so that you can (1) confirm
that you surrendered your church to evil forces and (2) contrast your original
state that exists only as a shadow, to the all capitalized "STATE,"
which is a federal corporation.
The Church of England and the Government of England persecuted the Christian
Pilgrims. They risked death and disease on a three-month sea voyage to
flee from English law. They brought forth on this continent a new nation.
A nation free from British nonsense.
There is no separation of church and state. The church, to preserve
religious freedom established the state. The term "separation of church
and state" was recently coined by the Supreme court in 1947 by misquoting
Actually, separation of church and state is Article 52 of the
Constitution. Psalm 2 says that nations will rage against God.
Romans 1:18-32 says nations will promote sin and lawlessness.
Nine of the thirteen original states had established religions, which
were prerequisites to citizenship. The 1st Amendment did not separate
church and state. The 1st Amendment was ratified to prevent your
Federal government from establishing a religion. As proof that the 1st
Amendment didn't prohibit state religions, one need only confirm that
the states continued their religions long after they ratified the Bill
of Rights. Massachusetts in 1828 was the last state to disestablish
its religion, thirty seven years AFTER the 1st Amendment allegedly
separated church from state.
November 11, 1620. Mayflower Compact: Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower,
in Plymouth Harbor, Covenant:
"For the Glory of God and the Advancement of the Christian
May 19, 1643. Articles of Confederation of Massachusetts, Connecticut,
New Plymouth and New Haven:
"Whereas we all came into these parts of America with one
and the same end and aim, Namely, to advance the Kingdom of our Lord, Jesus
Christ, and to insure the liberties of the Gospel in purities with peace."
April 3, 1644. Charter of New Haven Colony:
"... That the judicial laws of God, as they were delivered
by Moses ... be a rule unto all the courts in this jurisdiction ..."
April 26, 1685. The Great Law of Pennsylvania:
"Whereas the Glory of Almighty God and the God of Mankind
is the reason and the end of Government ... Therefore Government itself
is a venerable ordinance of God ..."
For nearly a hundred years, only a confessed Christian could hold public
office in America.
1701 Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges:
"That all persons who profess to believe in Jesus Christ,
the saviour of the world, shall be capable ... To serve this government
in any capacity, both legislatively and executively."
1772. Samual Adams:
"The rights of the colonists as Christians... may be best
understood by reading and carefully studying, the institution of the Great
Lawgiver and head of the Christian Church, which are to be found clearly
written and promulgated in the New Testament."
July 4, 1776. Declaration of Independence gives the reason for your
government to exist:
"... all men are created equal, that they are endowed by
their Creator with certain unalienable rights... appealing to the Supreme
Judge of the world ... and for the support of this declaration, with firm
reliance on the protection of divine providence ..."
Here are some other statements from America's founders who understood that
freedoms are based on Christian principals:
1756 John Adams, America's second President:
"Suppose a nation in some distant region should take the
Bible for their only Law Book, and every member should regulate his conduct
by the precepts here exhibited... What a paradise would this region be!"
1781, Thomas Jefferson:
"God who gave us life gave us liberty. And can the liberties
of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis,
a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are a gift
of God? That they are not to be violated but with His wrath? Indeed, I
tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that His justice
cannot sleep forever."
July 12, 1804, Alexander Hamilton's last dying words after Vice President
Aaron Burr shot him:
"I have a tender reliance on the mercy of the Almighty;
through the merits of the Lord Jesus Christ. I am a sinner, I look to Him
for mercy; pray for me."
1821, Daniel Webster:
"If we abide by the principles taught in the Bible, our
country will go on prospering and to prosper; but if we and our posterity
neglect its instructions and authority, no man can tell how sudden a catastrophe
may overwhelm us and bury all our glory in profound obscurity."
Benjamin Rush, signer of the Declaration of Independence:
"The only foundation for ... a republic is to be laid in
Religion. Without this there can be no virtue, and without virtue there
can be no liberty, and liberty is the object and life of all republican
If your U.S. Constitution was to say that the church and state were separate
(which it does not), then how would you explain these statements:
George Washington: "Do not let anyone claim to be a true
American, do not let them claim the tribute of American Patriotism if they
ever attempt to remove religion from politics. If they do that, they cannot
be called true Americans."
Patrick Henry: "It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often
that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians;
not on religions, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ. For this very reason
peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom
of worship here."
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Jay: "Providence has given to our
people the choice of our rulers and it is the duty, as well as the privilege
and interest, of a Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for
John Quincy Adams: "The highest glory of the American Revolution
was this: That it connected in one insoluble bond the principles of Christianity
with the principles of civil government."
James Madison, 1788: "We have staked the whole future of American
civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked
the future ... upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves,
to sustain ourselves, according to the Ten Commandments of God."
George Washington, October 3, 1789 proclaiming a National Day of Prayer:
"Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence
of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits and
humbly to implore His protection, aid and favors ..."
George Mason, 1789: "All human laws which contradict His laws, we
are bound in conscience to disobey."
The Supreme Court of Maryland in 1799: "By our form of Government,
the Christian religion is the established religion" (A confession of
a government established religion, eight years AFTER the 1st Amendment
supposedly separated church from state.)
John Quincy Adams, 1821: "The highest glory of the American Revolution
was this: it connected in one indissoluble bond, the principles of Christianity,
from the day of the Declaration ... they were bound by the laws of God,
which they all, and by the laws of the Gospel, which they nearly all acknowledged
as the rules of their conduct."
Noah Webster: "The moral principles and precepts contained in the
Scripture ought to form the basis of all our civil constitutions and laws.
All the miseries and evil men suffer from vice, crime, ambition, injustice,
oppression, slavery, and war, proceed from their despising or neglecting
the precepts contained in the Bible."
President Andrew Jackson, 1845: "The Bible is the rock on which our
The US Supreme Court in 1892 in the case Church of the Holy Trinity
vs. the U.S.: "Our law and our institutions must be necessarily
based upon and embody the teachings of the Redeemer of mankind. It is impossible
that it should be otherwise, and in this sense and to this extent our civilization
and our institutions are emphatically Christian ... This is a religious
people. This is historically true. From the discovery of this continent
to the present hour, there is a single voice making this affirmation ...
We find everywhere a clear recognition of the same truth ... THIS IS A
That's right! One Hundred and One years after the 1st Amendment
supposedly separated church from state, the Supreme Court said the U.S.
is a Christian nation.
US Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story, in 1851: "... the universal
sentiment in America was, that Christianity ought to receive encouragement
by the state. ... any attempt to level all religions, and to make it a
matter of state policy to hold all in utter indifference would have created
universal disapprobation, if not universal indignation." THATS RIGHT!
SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE CREATES UNIVERSAL INDIGNATION.
As the Declaration of Independence was being signed on July 4,
1776, Samuel Adams said: "We have this day 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."
Here is a simple Biblical test to determine if your state's servants
still hold allegiance to the authority that created their office. 1st John
4:2-6 (KJV) "Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth
that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God: And every spirit that
confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and
this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should
come; and even now already is it in the world ... They are of the
world: therefore speak they of the world, and the world heareth them. We
are of God: he that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth
not us. Hereby know we the spirit of truth, and the spirit of error."
If you think this is still your nation, just consider that the Supreme
Court has banned Bible in schools and ordered the Ten Commandments removed.
Now I want to mention a few things about the "STATE" church.
There cannot be a separation of church and state. Your government continues
to conduct their religious rituals, because they cannot have separation
of their church from their state Your courthouse Latin speaking black robed
priests require religious rituals in their synagogues. The state is their
church. Your U.S. Constitution was ordained and established. "Ordained"
is a religious term.
President Adams and a 3/4ths majority of the Senate confessed that "...
government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian
Religion ..." And to this very day, it is obvious that your ordained
federal system performs it's anti-Christian religious rituals.
If you say that the Social Security Card is the Mark of the Beast, the
EEOC claims that you are making a political statement, not a religious
statement. They seem to think that they are your church. I cannot distinguish
any difference between church and state. If I say that Jesus is my King,
am I making a religious statement or a political statement?
Do you now confess that there is a world antichrist power, as defined
in 1st John 4, "whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even
now already is it in the world?"