Fill-teer N Coffee (America On Coffee) Commentary: Major constitutional issues are constantly being brought before the U.S. Supreme Court because one person or group claims that a religion, belief or lifestyle-practice of another has been imposed on them. The enforcement of Christian prayer in schools, displaying related monuments and artifacts are examples of some of the most contended, offensive violations from non-Christians. Constitutional violations have resulted in prayer being removed from schools, and the Ten Commandments removed from courtrooms.
Here is the question: Since the Ten Commandments and Holy Bible are obsolete from America’s courtrooms, to whom and what faith are litigants bearing testimony under the oath process?
When the Holy Bible, Christian practices and God’s laws were removed, Satan established himself in our government, and evil now flourishes. Judges, more than teachers have become agents of Satan.
Over the last three decades, all-out-hell has broken out in our schools and Satan is now in control of our justice system, our schools and our nation. A particular consensus is that the First Amendment to the Constitution is flawed and subject to interpretation.
— The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
There is No mention of separation of church and state in the First Amendment. The First Amendment tells the state (congress) to backoff and not contradict the established freedoms. It is God, family and country that has kept America strong through tradition.
Although, we have become a new and changed America through the assimilation of many cultures, the U.S. was founded on Christian principles. Christian values (bibical excerpts) are embodied into the Constitution of the United States. Therefore, judicial courts were created for Christian justice. And, American schools were to nurture and reinforce Christian values as an investment in our nation’s longevity. If we are to have justice in the courtrooms and a wholesome society, our judicial judges must uphold God’s laws as precedence.
Battles Over the Ten Commandments in Alabama: http://www.wsfa.com/story/421482/short-history-of-the-battle-over-the-ten-commandments-in-alabama