If the question is whether the United States is a Christian nation, then the answer must be no. There is no established religion in the United States or, at least, there has not been since Congregationalism lost its status in Massachusetts in 1833.
If, however, the question concerns the cultivation of a Christian culture in the United States, then there is little doubt of its existence.
Moreover, as a feature of discipleship, Christians should teach their children how much of what we take for granted stems from the impact of Christianity upon the United States.
As one example, take Welch’s Grape Juice. Read the rest of this entry »