Don’t be intimidated by those people who’re trying to get God out of the public square. A popular buzz these days is “separation of church and state.”
It’s not a phrase found in either the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution. And it certainly isn’t in the Bible.
It was Thomas Jefferson who coined the phrase—and it had an entirely different meaning in the 19th century than the way it’s being mis-used today.
God established three governments: the family, civil government, and church government. All three are founded on God, so there can be no separation of church and state.
All authority comes from God—and is only temporarily given to people who then loan power to elected officials.
God in the public square?