We read about it and hear about it in the news: .Prayer has been taken from our public schools. .The Ten Commandments have been stripped from courthouse walls. .The Pledge of Allegiance and the National Motto have been called into question. There is little doubt that religion in America is under attack. What is not clear is how Christians in America should respond to that attack. The push against Christianity in America has resulted in an equally forceful push back from Christian Fundamentalists. Many Americans feel lost in the middle of this tug-of-war. Many are confused about the current issues, how the courts resolve those issues, and even the history of our country and the meaning of our Constitution. Attorney Janet Ruth reexamines the true intent of our founding fathers when they penned the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution. Did they really intend America to be a Christian nation? Does God? Are we pleasing God, or offending him, when we try to maintain a national religious identity that is more custom and ritual than substance? Are we trying to preserve a moral society in America for God's sake, or for our own?