​America's Creed

By Dave Racer

​84 pages, Paperback


“We hold these truths to be self-evident...”

Truth. Our Founding Fathers firmly believed in it.

Self-evident truth. Upon such a concept, an entire nation would be built. That is exactly what our Founding Fathers meant to do.

The United States of America is a nation conceived of and built upon ideas, profound and revolutionary in nature, and eternal in character.

Without the ideas expressed in the grand and noble words of The Declaration of Independence, none of what we enjoy today would have been possible.

If you and I were to start all over again to build a nation, what would be our starting point? Would we decide that religious faith should be banned from the halls of our government institutions? If so, would there be any hope that a nation such as ours, “conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal,” could have even a faint chance of survival?

What, then, is America’s creed? More importantly, what difference does it make today?

Publisher Truth In Narrative