Support H.R. 888: American Religious History Week

George Washington prayingDavid Barton of WallBuilders reports on the following legislation pending in Congress (more information is available through the WallBuilders):

In the latter months of 2007, there was a flurry of incidents attempting to censor America's religious heritage (e.g., the capstone at the Washington Monument, the flag folding ceremony in the Veterans' Department, the flag certificates from the Architect of the Capitol, etc.). In each case, citizens learned of the incidents and in large numbers made their feelings known; each policy was promptly reversed.

In response to those (and other) incidents, Congressman Randy Forbes of Virginia has Declaration of Independenceintroduced a Congressional Resolution affirming America's Godly heritage through dozens of documented historic examples.That measure,

H.Res.888, declares its two-fold purpose:

Affirming the rich spiritual and religious history of our Nation's founding and subsequent history and expressing support for designation of the first week in May as "American Religious History Week" for the appreciation of and education on America's history of religious faith.

The House has agreed to consider and debate this excellent resolution. There are three things you can do to help:

Call your Member of Congress and ask him or her to co-sponsor H.Res.888

Call Randy's office (202.225.6365) and thank him for standing up for our religious heritage. (All folks appreciate encouragement, but especially those on the front lines of battle.)

It will remind Americans what God has done for them and instruct the next generation about God's hand in America's history.

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