What the Founding Fathers really thought about Jesus

Nothing irks me more than when somebody talks about something they know absolutely nothing about.  The other day I  heard a young person going on about how the Founding Fathers of these United States were “not really Christians.”  Being educated in Canadian private schools, I, of course, learned more American history than Canadian (a curious thing, I know), so I knew better.

Here is a great resource written by David Barton, author of Original Intent, and other great books.  I hope you find it as inspiring as I did.  Just click the link!

The Founding Fathers on Jesus, Christianity and the Bible

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