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I attended the extra credit assignment on November 13th which was a discussion between two professors on the issue of Has America ever been a Christian Nation The way that the discussion was set up was that Robert the first professor came to stage and spoke about his ideas and research about the question then Mark Nole the other professor responded to Robertss first discussion followed by Mike Noles opinion on the topic Finally after that Robert came back up to stage and responded to Mikes opinion To be quite honest Robert was a very difficult speaker to listen to and understand but what I got out from his speech was that he did not believe that America has ever really been a Christian Nation In the 19th century there was a divint land set apart by god it had a divinely ordain uniqueness He stated that God must have intervened when Europeans were first encountered with Americas God marked people as his nation only one nation has enjoyed unique divine ordain and that is Israel In his discussion Robert focused on God and how God sought and created the earth the way it was not specifically a Christian Nation Although the nation has been of great success it also has been a perpetuator of great evil Special acts createdsanctioned in the 19th century such as racism lynching again he focuses on Gods part in creation He backed up his argument with 5 main points as to why the nation wasnt a Christian nation specifically in the 19th century I was confused at some point though because I felt he contradicted himself so I I took his whole perspective the wrong way its because I was a little confused as to where he was going with his evidence Mark Nole was the second professor to speak and he said it was extremely dubious to suggest that in the 19th century any nation was a
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