The Founding Fathers: Fact and Fiction
For supporters of the Ten Commandments Day Commission, the recent efforts to rewrite history are the culmination of years of preparation and propaganda. Beginning in the 1980's, Commission members such as Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, James Dobson, and David Barton, began producing articles, books, and videos supporting the myth that America was and is a Christian Nation. Their claims were dubious at best and outright fraudulent at worst, but the myth spread quickly as believers and broadcasters disseminated the materials from private homes all the way to the House of Representatives.
200 Years and Counting:
Thomas Jefferson’s Famous “Wall of Separation between Church and State” Letter
- Ed Buckner
Madison, who wrote the Constitution, said good government is dependent on the Ten Commandments. Isn’t the Constitution Judeo-Christian? - Ed Buckner
Since most of the Framers of the Constitution were religious in some regard, how can you deny that they established a Christian government?
- Ed Buckner
Consumer Alert: WallBuilders' Shoddy Workmanship - Rob Boston
Mything In Action: David Barton's 'Questionable Quotes' - Rob Boston
Sects, Lies, and Videotape - Rob Boston
David Barton's Bad History:
When A Myth Is As Good As A Mile - Rob Boston