One way to interpret the question “Is the United States a Christian nation?” is to ask if the U.S. has a Christian heritage. In other words, do the history, culture, language, and lifestyle of the nation reflect Christianity, and to what extent? This is, by far, the least controversial aspect of this issue, since the answer is so obviously and clearly “yes.”
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History is unambiguous in showing that the U.S. has been predominantly Christian, in a general sense, for its entire existence. The vast majority of religious expression, terminology, and practice in the U.S. has been Christian or heavily influenced by the Christian worldview. Of course, as a secular nation, the USA has allowed free expression of other faiths, to varying degrees. Yet the primary religious outlook of the American people has long been that of Judeo-Christianity. Historically, the U.S. has been deeply involved in Christian evangelism and charity around the world.
“In God, We Trust” will be displayed at all Louisiana public schools this school year after a bill was signed into law last year requiring the schools to display the national motto.
Gov. John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, signed the bill into law on May 29, 2018. Schools were given a phase-in period but required to display the motto no later than the 2019-2020 school year.
“The nature of the display shall be determined by each governing 21 authority with a minimum requirement of a
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