Yes, it was.
No, it wasn't.
It's obvious why you don't answer my questions.
Now call me a troll again and not substantiate your claim.
Originally Posted by Jerry
As far as the list of the founder's religious institutions, we cannot readily verify that they were attending those churches because they "wanted to". We forget those were the days when attending church on sunday was a way to stay under the radar, so to speak.
"I do not underestimate the ability of fanatical groups of terrorists to kill and destroy, but they do not threaten the life of the nation. Whether we would survive Hitler hung in the balance, but there is no doubt that we shall survive al-Qa'ida." -- Lord Hoffmann
Principals exclusive to Christianity, such as accepting Jesus as your savior, the virgin birth, etc, are absent in the Constitution. This means the governing body is not Christian.
Principals exclusive to Christianity, such as accepting Jesus as your savior, the virgin birth, etc, were overt and dominant in the social institutions, every day behaviors, speech, history and traditions of the common man. This means the nation as a people were Christian.
As no document is based on any denomination, I fail to understand why you believe the specific types of Christianity involved is relevant in any way.