This really depends on what you mean by "Christian nation". if you mean that it is founded upon Judao-Christian values and principles then you are correct! if you are talking about the country enforcing Christianity or supporting christianity as the only religion then duh... its not. If you are speaking about simply socially, then a case can be made either way.
Always remember... God Loves you.
I would not want to see our government try to force us to live under any type of religious law though. That would be awful. If the door is opened for one religion, then it has to be open to all of the rest of them too. That is just one reason, IMO, why it just makes more sense to keep the government and religion separate entities.
Let's take a look at Sharia law. That is an ideology that encompasses both government and societal views in certain places, and it is NOT very nice at all. I don't think any of us would want that.
Anti-Democracy advocate, Mixed government is the only good government
THE second point to be examined is, whether the [constitutional ]convention were authorized to frame and propose this mixed Constitution.