by Moody Adams
“(If you) want an accurate religious history of America, you're no longer going to get it from our president, our progressive society or secular schools, at least not without unbiased trained teachers or the induction of a religious curriculum that hasn't tampered and twisted history," says Christian activist Chuck Norris.

A tour guide to visitors at the Independence Hall, “"mimicked and mocked [a Christian] carrying and swinging an oversized Bible ... ."

The National Park Service is suggesting apparent mistakes about the historical record of the Founding Fathers presented by a tour guide to visitors to the Independence Hall National Historical Park in Philadelphia are just part of the "multiple points of view" that are designed to let visitors "draw their own conclusions."

That apparently includes the performance of a guide who "mimicked and mocked [a Christian] carrying and swinging an oversized Bible ... ."

"Even if I said the founders were Christians, how could we really know? Just because people carry a big ol' Bible in their hand, they can still be atheists!" said the guide.

Todd DuBord He previously exposed when tour guides at the U.S. Supreme Court building were denying the multiple representations there of the Ten Commandments.

In the District of Columbia’ visitor center displays a replica of the Washington Monument capstone, which is engraved withaus Deo," or "Praise be to God," was positioned was displayed in a way where visitors could not see the inscription.

A guide at Independence Hall said "George Washington didn't even attend church!"

Pastor Todd DuBord wrote to the facility that the statement is wrong: "Washington attended Christ Church (the first Episcopal Church) just a few blocks away from Independence Hall with Betsy Ross, John Adams (our 2nd president), Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Rush, Robert Morris and many other signers of our founding documents," he wrote. "He also had reserved pews at two churches in Virginia, at Pohick Church near Mount Vernon and one at Christ Church in Alexandria.

"The more I got into [his research], the more I saw Christianity had been abandoned from history," DuBord said at the time.

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