Comment: That's untrue.

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That's untrue.

That's untrue.

Most of the Constitutions of 1776 were very liberal in their definition of Christian, and included any denomination. For instance, the Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776, signed in Philadelphia, and which Benjamin Franklin was president of, simply required that you believed in the Christian Bible - the old testament and new testament, to hold office.

Two, since many of the colonies in America where voluntary religious colonies to begin with, for instance John Hancock's father presided and was the preacher over one - where the War for Independence actually started - Lexington, it wasn't force, it's voluntary.

Christians still have the right to live apart from the unsaved. It was how the country was by in large originally established before the separation from England, and anyone reading the Holy Bible can see that in the end, that is how it has to be again. Sinners are separated from the Saints in heaven in the afterlife, and here on earth, there will also be a separation.

Here's hoping you don't miss that chance not to be eternally separated from the Lord.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.