The Declaration Of Independence

The mention of a creator in the declaration of independence is very important because there are those who argue that the separation of church and state tells us that government is ultimately a secular institution. Clearly, the founders did not lay the foundations of our country on those foundations. They saw the legacy we have as Americans in our rights and freedoms as part of our inheritance from God and as such, above the government and something the government should back off and leave alone, as well as prettier and defend. .

The Declaration of Independence is truly an extraordinary document, especially when you consider the nation's "primitive" state when it was written by Thomas Jefferson and signed on July 2, 1776 to become the backbone of our American system of government. It became an oft-quoted and quoted document, even becoming part of President Lincoln's famous inaugural address when he said with such deep conviction ...

Forty-seven
 years ago our fathers created a new nation on this continent, conceived in freedom and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal ”.

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