Unite the USA
9/17/14 at 01:26 PM 0 Comments

It's Constitution Day!

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Photo: National Archives and Records Administration

September 17, 1787 was a special day. Why? Because the U.S. Constitution was signed. Thirty-nine Founding Fathers signed this important document. It's the longest lasting Constitution in the world. This day is monumental and it should be celebrated. Hence, America calls September 17 Constitution Day.

How much do you know about the Constitution? Have you ever read it? We encourage you to read it this week. It's important that we Americans know what is in the Constitution because it's important to know our rights. We also encourage you to learn about the background of the Constitution.

The Founding Fathers provided detailed information about the intent of the Constitution and the meaning behind it. We know through documents (such as the Federalist Papers) what the Founding Fathers had in mind.

Today secular leaders and judges try to erase our very well documented Christian history and they attempt to secularize the original intent of the Founding Fathers. It's up to us to educate ourselves and our kids about the truth. (There are many excellent resources available from historians David Barton and Rick Green of Wallbuilders. Their web site has a lot of free resources, too.)

Today we hope you will enjoy this very special edition of Unite the USA and learn all about the Constitution. (Read it here: http://www.unitetheusa.org/id122.html) And join us in saying "Happy Birthday" to this fundamental, monumental document!

God bless you,
Carrie Stoelting and Stacie Stoelting
www.unitetheusa.org

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