At once an in-depth analysis of Christianity's influence in American justice and social systems (going all the way back to the First Virginia Charter in 1606) and a wonderful resource for anyone interested in the defense of the words '...one nation under God...' as part of the Pledge of Allegiance, The Pledge does both concisely and eloquently. The attack on the affirming addition to the original pledge is laid bare, and the enemies are clearly identified. Many Americans want to either deny the heritage and roots of the social and moral bedrock of this country or deny the teaching of these clear and important foundations to our youth. William Murray's book is a call to return to the truths of America's Christian heritage.
Quoting extensively from source material, Murray, son of notorious atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair, exposes the fallacy of 'separation of church and state', documents the long history of ACLU hostility towards Christianity, and cuts to the root of this modern threat facing the church. Comprehensive, educational and convicting, this is knowledge that every Christian should have.