Christianity gets flayed at home of Liberty Bell

Guide: 'George Washington didn't even attend church!'Posted: September 19, 2010 8:31 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh © 2010 WorldNetDaily

A Christian chaplain has written to officials at the nation's historic Independence Hall in Philadelphia asking them to provide a better experience for visitors after a tour guide there discounted the Christian beliefs of the Founders, saying, "Washington didn't even go to church."

The letter from Pastor Todd DuBord, now the chaplain for the enterprises of actor, martial arts champion and philanthropist Chuck Norris, was sent to the superintendent of Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, where some of the nation's founding documents were assembled and where the Liberty Bell now is exhibited.

DuBord for years has worked with tours of patriotic citizens who have visited Washington and other locations to see the markers of America's Christian heritage. He previously exposed when tour guides at the U.S. Supreme Court building were denying the multiple representations there of the Ten Commandments.

He also exposed the agenda at work in the District of Columbia when the replica of the Washington Monument capstone, which is engraved with "Laus Deo," or "Praise be to God," was positioned in the visitors' center so observers were not able to see the inscription.

The situation was corrected after it was revealed.

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Chaplain DuBord was on a recent American heritage tour that included well-known Pastor Jim Garlow of Renewing America Leadership and history expert David Barton of Wallbuilders in Boston, Washington and Philadelphia. It was there he and others experienced what prompted him to assemble the letter, also published as a report on his National Treasures website.

DuBord at one point asked the guide, "Can you tell me about these men's religious affiliation?"

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