Recently as the battle raged in Texas over textbook standards regarding what would and would not be included in textbooks for the next ten years, Texas Board of Education Member Cynthia Dunbar, a professor at Liberty University School of Law offered the following prayer:
"I believe no one can read the history of our country without realizing that the Good Book and the spirit of the Savior have from the beginning been our guiding geniuses. Whether we look to the first Charter of Virginia or the Charter of New England or the Charter of Massachusetts Bay or the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, the same objective is present - a Christian land governed by Christian principles. I believe the entire Bill of Rights came into being because of the knowledge our forefathers had of the Bible and their belief in it: freedom of belief, of expression, of assembly, of petition, the dignity of the individual, the sanctity of the home, equal justice under law, and the reservation of powers to the people...I like to believe we are living today in the spirit of the Christian religion. I like also to believe that as long as we do so, no great harm can come to our country."
Imagine the outrage by those who continually try to hide the obvious Christian roots of America when they discovered she was quoting former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Earl Warren! Even the liberals of the past had an appreciatian for the biblical roots of American jurisprudence.