The Myth of Separation Between Church & State

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WinePress Pub., 2004 - Education - 192 pages
Most people think there is a separation of church and state. They are wrong. Most people think it's in the constitution. It isn't. Even a precursory glance at the first amendment easily shows it was meant to protect freedom of religion, not to protect government from religion. Within these pages you will see the myth debunked from voices of the past. The lives, writings, and interaction of our Founding Fathers clearly demonstrates that they were proud to stand on Christian values and had no intentions of separating their everyday or political lives from their religion. You be the judge.

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Dee Wampler is a renowned criminal defense attorney whose high profile work has been featured nationally on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, Primetime, Court TV, and Unsolved Mysteries. He joined his father in private practice of law in 1973 in Springfield, Missouri. He has served as President of the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association and on the Board of Bar Governors for the Missouri Bar Association. In addition to victorious trial work, Dee is widely recognized for his writings. He has published over one hundred articles and written four books on Missouri Law. He is a popular lecturer and the author of "The Trial of Christ." He and his wife Ann have two children and actively attend Second Baptist Church in Springfield, Missouri.

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