American Government and Christianity
Anderson writes, "The founding of this country as well as the framing of the key political
documents rests upon a Christian foundation. That doesn't necessarily mean that
the United States is a Christian nation, although some framers used that term.
But it does mean that the foundations of this republic presuppose a Christian
view of human nature and God's providence."
The Clash of Two Worldviews
Soon after 9-11, Sue Bohlin reflected on the worldview implications of the American political and economic system vis a vis Islamic culture, which sees no distinction between church and state. A biblical worldview—some laws of which directly derive from the Ten Commandments—provided the genesis and much of the framework of American society.
One Nation Under God
The Christian influence in American history has been lost. Probe's Kerby Anderson provides an overview of nearly 160 years of our nation's founding history.
Bible Literacy Quiz
In-depth test of biblical knowledge, including questions like "What are the 10 commandments?" and "To whom did God give the 10 commandments?"
Probe Answers Your Questions:
"Is There a Distinction Between the Law of Moses and the 10 Commandments?"
I Have Some Questions on the Separation of Church and State