Original Intent: The Courts, the Constitution, and Religion

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WallBuilder Press, Jan 1, 2004 - History - 534 pages
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"Discover how the United States supreme court has reinterpreted the constitution, diluting the biblical foundations upon which it was based. Filled with hundreds of the founders' quotes revealing their beliefs on the role of religion in public affairs, the proper role of the courts, the intended limited scope of federal powers, and numerous other current issues."

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Outstanding piece of factual research reflecting the true and complete history of our nation and how it became great by holding to the values of the founders. Thoroughly shows how the progressive movement has been the downfall and disgrace of America.

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Original Intent. By David Barton. This is a very important book for people of faith to read regarding what has happened to the religious climate of public modern America. Unbelieving haters of ... Read full review

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VI
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About the author (2004)

David Barton has been a Research Associate at Stanford University and a Visiting Scholar at OISE, Toronto. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Lancaster University.