“In God We Trust”
These words do not violate the separation of church and state. These words do not promote any religions. These words promote God. These words do not violate anybody’s human rights. On the contrary, these words uphold humanity.
One of the 12 basic needs of humanity is LEADERSHIP. God is the greatest leader of all, a leader we can trust. A leader who will never let us down.
All 50 states should decree that their school systems must have the “IN GOD WE TRUST” sign prominently displayed.
Legislators in the states of Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Dakota and Tennessee voted to require or allow posters that say “In God We Trust” to hang in public schools, including elementary schools. Kudos to these states.
Why are some of the politicians of liberal states against “in god we trust”? One basic reason: They want the public to trust them instead.
Why are some school superintendents against “in god we trust”? They are either atheists and do not believe in God or they are minions of the politicians who helped them get their position.
Many political leaders, activists and professors wrote articles promoting the eradication of the national motto of the United States of America, “in god we trust”. They argue that the motto violates the “freedom of speech” and the separation of church and state. That it promotes religion. Every single one of these supposedly intelligent and gifted people failed to comprehend that God is not about religions. Their ignorance is making them mislead people into thinking that God is about religions. God is not about religion. Religion is about God. One does not have to follow any religion to believe in God.
The same politicians who believe in “open borders” support the old proposed motto of “E Pluribus Unum” (Out of many, one). They want “E Pluribus Unum” to replace “In God We Trust”. They fail to comprehend that for “many” to be as “one” they all must have one common denominator of belonging and that one common denominator is God.
Last Updated on September 26, 2019