Woo, hoo! My husband, who is totally awesome, by the way, set up his laptop in our room, so I could blog in bed, while my knee recovers. I am completely bored in here; I hate daytime TV (we don’t have cable channels), I can’t really get into a book with three wild boys running around, and there are only so many things I can crochet before I go crazy, so this is cool.
I am going through serious news and blog withdrawal, so I need to read for a while before I blog. I just wanted you all to know that I will post later today.
I have been thinking lately about the whole America was founded on Christian principles vs. No, you people are rewriting history debate that has been going on for who knows how long. I never really thought much about it because I didn’t see how it was relevant.
I think I want to look at this issue more in depth. Was America founded on Christian principles? If so, does this matter and how would it be relevant to today? More importantly, how is having a nation grounded in Christian principles different from a “theocracy,” as the left likes to claim is the real goal of this movement. (It’s not, by the way.)
This is not what I will post about today. I need to educate myself first. I just wanted to put it out there and invite you to make comments about it and/or leave links on this topic.
I have plenty of other topics to blog about and half-written posts to complete to keep me busy for today.