Joshua Charles, on behalf of PragerU, tackles the question of whether the Founding Fathers intended the United States to be secular. The Founders and religion is of course a perennial topic of frustration and confusion. It also opens the door for some nuance that is often missing. Rejecting full secularism doesn't necessarily mean support for a theocracy. Sadly, many today fail to see any meaningful difference between a monotheistic framework on the one hand with leaders who encouraged Judeo-Christian thinking versus a
Mr. Charles is a researcher with the Museum of the Bible and is the author of the recent bestseller Liberty’s Secrets: The Lost Wisdom of America’s Founders.
I'm sure the video will spark much discussion.