If America Is One Nation Under God The U.S. Supreme Court Has No Authority To Redefine Marriage

The Pledge of Allegiance that you and I have recited all through our school years is still under constant attack by the liberals(socialists) that they stress it shouldn’t be allowed in the classroom at the start of the day. The bulk of the controversy are the words “under God” that has been added. The official name of The Pledge of Allegiance was adopted in 1945. The last change in language came on Flag Day 1954 when the words “under God” were added. Keep in mind it was approved by the whole Congress to be implemented.

Our Forefathers came to this land with the thought naturally that we were “one nation under God.” People who have read their writings see that the Lord is constantly mentioned and God has been cemented in our society ever since and the Chaplain of the United States Senate still opens each session of the United States Senate with a prayer.

Since Americas existence therefore until very recently in terms of total years by atheist’s, and the disruption’s to our society by liberals(socialists) America was and always will be a country of God. This is where this decision in the U.S.Supreme Court on the question of marriage comes in. The media and people in general are using a wrong definitive on this topic.

The following was posted by David Goetsch, published by Patriot Update: “The Supreme Court is not being asked to define marriage, it is being asked to re-define it. Marriage was defined for all time several thousand years ago by an authority much higher than the Supreme Court. Consequently, regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on this historic case, its decision will be wrong (unless, of course, the justices rule that they lack the authority to rule).”

“Re-defining marriage exceeds the authority of the Supreme Court as set forth in Sections 1 and 2 of the U.S. Constitution. Section 2 of the Constitution clearly states that “The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arising under this Constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties made, or which shall be made, under this authority…” The functional phrase in this Section is “…arising under this Constitution…” The definition of marriage does not fall under the purview of the Constitution, and it never has. Our Founding Fathers did not define marriage, nor does the Constitution. No part of Section 1 or 2 or any other section of the Constitution empowers the justices to even hear a case in which their ruling is dependent on re-defining a concept that falls outside the limits of the Constitution.”

I can’t see how it can be stressed any clearer than that. Marriage has been defined by God when He created Adam and Eve. For these nine Judges to temper with God’s universe I don’t think they want to go there and I don’t think it will be smart on their part to put America in another judgment God will make against our country, for instance these socialists today are attempting to take God out of every aspect of American society. Because of God being taking out of our American society today we are starting to witness the decay of the American society. We as Americans who are still over 70% Christian and any God fearing people must not allow God to be forgotten otherwise He will give up on America. How we communicate with God on a personal level is one thing and how a whole country because of corrupt laws that pushes God to the side is another thing. Just go back into the Bible and see how many civilizations God has destroyed. We should never conclude that it can’t happen.

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