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Hopefully we've got the rope secured tightly around you so we can yank you back in time. And the analogy continues: Regardless of the outcome, you're still gonna be covered in teabagger ectoplasm.
Chris Rodda also has a series of videos on YouTube.... great stuff
You say "of course."
But is that really true? Were churches all that rich in 1770? What is YOUR source? Genuinely curious.
I was thinking more like People's Republic of China...
And the class focused only on faith in American history?
They realize that faith and religion have been around for a long time, right? Like, a lot longer than the U.S. has been around, right?
Oh, why am I bothering...
YOU SHOULD SEND MUDEDE.
Also: Um, Paul... are we to take it that you would recommend Beck U to a friend? Or did you not vote?
But more seriously, can you compare what you learn about American history in every class to what you can find on wikipedia? Also, if you really want some statistics about how Americans in the 17-18th centuries go to church only about as much as we do now, read Spiritual but Not Religious by Robert Fuller.