Happened to see that quote on an officialy recognized, by the United States of America, quarter today. Upon looking at other pieces of currency, I noticed it on them as well. I don't know if it's on $100 bills, as it's been so long since I've seen one.
This caused me to ponder...or, think, if you may, since there was nothing on TV at the time worth watching...Why is this reference to "God" on an instrument of the United States Government?
Upon further investigation, I found the quote "One Nation, Under GOD" on another accepted United States of America example (Pledge)
I know...I know! By now you are probably thinking "Get to the point, and stop blathering" you idiot!
So, after observing the discussions here for some time, and! knowing the various opinions, I pose this finding...
The Government of the United States of America has forbiden "Prayer in School"...No posting of the Biblical "10 Commandments" in any Federal/school building...but YET! The Government (President, Congress, TVA, Post Office...etc, takes a "Christmas Break?"
Uhh...have THEY not noticed that "Christ" is the opening word?
Yes, our Founding Fathers made sure there was a seperation of "church and State" meaning..as I was taught...many years ago, no forced Religion.
However, by officially taking a "CHRISTmas Break" are our leaders not endorsing...GOD?
If not, I want my Government to...deliver mail on Sunday, after all...it was set aside for "worship", BUT! it's just another day, and I can get my "duns" in the garbage by Monday pick-up.
No paid "Holidays" for Federal workers at "Christmas"