I started reading a book analyzing the decline over the past 50 years, of morals, honesty and the ideals that made America great - but that is for another blog. The author put a number of quotes by John Adams in the first chapter. I was so fascinated I went on line to get more information about our second president and one of our founding fathers.
You hear discenters claiming the Constitution is out dated. The courts keep interpreting it to say religion or signs of religion must not be allowed. I find it very strange that a man who helped frame the constitution, a man who understood what he and the other founding fathers envisioned for our new Republic would say "our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people." He also said "It is religion and morality alone that can establish the principals upon which freedom can securely stand. The only only foundation of a free constitution is pure virtue."
Doesn't sound like the current "dump religion" interpretation our courts are expounding today. It might be a good idea if members of our courts were required to study John Adams. I put more stock in the thoughts of those who wrote the document than the modern fools who interpret it to please a minority of immoral and atheistic dissenters.