The View From 1776
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Man, Religion, And The State
Since the 1960s, students in the United States have been miseducated to believe in materialistic determinism, which dismisses as superstitious ignorance spiritual religion and seeking to understand God’s Will. The reigning idolatry is worship of the socialistic political state, of which the regulations and welfare-state handouts are to replace individual conscience and personal responsibility.
Robert Curry writes that, in the minds of the Constitution’s principal writers, the relationship between man and the state was understood very differently in 1787.
The Scottish Enlightenment and America