The real questions are: What did the founders believe about Jesus Christ? Christianity begins with faith in the Person of Christ Himself: what did the founders think of Him? What did they think of the Gospel? Were they fighting for Christianity, or against it?

1) The faith of Thomas Paine — the man who inspired the American Revolution, and the writing of the Declaration of Independence. This film shows how Paine’s influence over the Revolution was critical, while his anti-Christian writings revealed much of what the other founders truly believed.

2) The faith of Thomas Jefferson — author of the Declaration of Independence. Jefferson said the Book of Revelation was “the ravings of a maniac” and that the teachings of Jesus and the Apostles were full of “imposture” and “stupidity.” After his private papers were published, he was called “the reviler of Christ” by a leading clergyman.

3) The faith of Benjamin Franklin — the only man to sign all of the original founding documents. Franklin was part of a radical occult group known as “The Hellfire Club” in England that took part in satanic rituals, which may have included human sacrifice. Shortly before he died, he openly stated that he did not believe the Gospel.

4) The faith of John Adams — the second President of the United States. The evidence shows that Adams was no Christian at all, but rather exalted pagan beliefs about God, while abhorring the Gospel, calling it an “awful blasphemy.”

5) The faith of George Washington — known as “the Father of our country.” Three of Washington’s own pastors doubted his faith in Christ. Proof is shown that he went to war, not for Christianity, but for a “universal” system that would embrace all religions. When compelled by the clergy to confess his faith in Christ, Washington refused.

6) Washington & the Jesuits: Generally unknown is the role of Rome and the Jesuit Order in the American Revolution. Powerful historic evidence shows that George Washington worked with Jesuits to prevail against their common enemy, England. This information is ground-breaking and documented beyond any doubt.

7) Bartonian History: we confront David Barton’s fabled view of American history, giving examples (including his appearance on the Glenn Beck program) of how he misquotes the founders to make it appear as if they supported Christianity, when it is provable that they did not.

8) The Question of Freemasonry: Also included is an expose of David Barton’s book on the role of Freemasonry, contending on key points against his assertion that Masonry played no significant role in the founding of the country.

9) Biblical World View: Confronts the idea often suggested that the founders were “deists,” or “agnostics” — whereas, according to the Bible, they were antichrists.

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22 Replies to “SMAB vol 4. Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers”

  1. The annoyance caused by the frequency of the missing clips is surpassed only by the irritating quality of the narrator's style.  On the other hand, I love films such as this in which we get to see to what lengths Christians will go to slander non-believers.

  2. The person ACTUALLY doing this VID. doesn't care if we like him or not. He put it out there for us to be able to "FIND THINGS OUT" for ourselves. I never knew a lot of this. I always "ADMIRED" George Washington; You know, the "man on the white horse in the pictures; The young boy who chopped down the cherry tree and then told his dad ,"I cannot tell a lie" GIMMEE a break. Between then and when he became president, he cut off his slaves toes so they couldn't run away and he pulled the slaves teeth out, and had them made into his own teeth.. Mr. nice guy.Oh AMERICA, land of the FREE…….MASONS. This entire world is "outside the garden"(of Eden). The ONLY WAY back in is through Jesus Christ, The Only Begotten Son Of God. REPENT.

  3. King Alfred's Book of Dooms (Judgments)
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2009/09/king-alfreds-book-of-dooms-judgments.html

    Foundation of English Common Law
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2008/12/foundation-of-english-common-law.html

    English common law – American law
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2008/12/english-common-law-american-law.html

     Samuel Rutherford – Lex Rex – The Law and the Prince
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2012/04/samuel-rutherford-lex-rex-law-and.html

    The Law of Nature – Sir William Blackstone, Knight Excerpts from Commentaries on the Laws of England
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2009/11/law-of-nature-sir-william-blackstone.html

    The Spirit of the Laws – Montesquieu
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2012/04/spirit-of-laws-montesquieu.html

     Vindiciae – Contra – Tyrannos
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2010/02/vindiciae-contra-tyrannos-defence-of.html

    John Locke – Christian Theologian
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2012/04/john-locke-christian-theologian.html

     Fathers of the Constitution Those men were George Washington (1732-1799), Roger Sherman (1721-1793), Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1746-1826), and James Wilson (1742-1798).
     http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2012/02/fathers-of-constitution.html

    Christian Faith of George Washington
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2012/01/christian-faith-of-george-washington.html

    George Washington – The Christian Mason
    http://liberty-virtue-independence.blogspot.com/2011/08/george-washington-christian-mason.html

  4. William M. Dwyer includes the account of Charles Thomson's declaration in his book "The Day Is Ours!: "An Inside View of the Battles of Trenton and Princeton"

    Dr. Benjamin Rush actually wrote down Thomson's comment in one of his books. When asked about writing a history Thomson was credited with declaring:

    "No, for I should contradict all the histories of the great events of the Revolution, and show by my account of men, motives and measures, that we are wholly indebted to the agency of providence for its successful issue. Let the world admire the supposed wisdom and valor of our great men. Perhaps they may adopt the qualities that have been ascribed to them, and thus good may be done.”

    Chris Pinto totally misquotes and distorts Thomson's statement.

    Notice Thomson declares "we are wholly indebted to the agency of providence for its successful issue.

    Noah Webster – "American Dictionary of the English Language" 1828

    PROV'IDENCE, noun  [Latin providentia.]

    "3. In theology, the care and superintendence which God exercises over his creatures. He that acknowledges a creation and denies a providence involves himself in a palpable contradiction; for the same power which caused a thing to exist is necessary to continue its existence. Some persons admit a general providence but deny a particular providence not considering that a general providence consists of particulars. A belief in divine providence is a source of great consolation to good men. By divine providence is often understood God himself."

    Pinto totally misrepresents Charles Thomson's statement. Thomson, Secretary of Congress was a Christian theologian. He was the first American to translate the Greek Septuagint into English. When the Revised Standard Version was created the translators utilized Thomson's Bible.

    Pinto's statements concerning Thompson are pure FABRICATIONS – a twisting of history to advance an agenda! Thomson was actually declaring that it was through the agency of Almighty God that gave the founders of this nation success in creating a Constitutional form of Government!

  5. America's founding fathers were so blatantly Deists and Luciferians, it is amazing that anyone who claims to be a Christian can regard those men as anything but antichrists. George Washington appears in many paintings wearing the apron of freemasonry, amongst a plethora of other occult symbols, which are all tokens indicating that he had prolific dealings with the fallen host of heaven. The apron is symbolic of that sewn from fig leaves by Adam and Even in the Garden of Eden (Genesis, Ch. 3), when mankind made its first deal with the devil. A man with such prestige, according to the doctrines of the mystery religions, expects to be transformed into a god, and that aspiration is expressed in the painting called "The Apotheosis of Washington" that adorns the Rotunda on Capitol Hill. A statue of Washington posed as Zeus was also located in the Rotunda until it was relocated due to public outrage (see Horatio Greenough's “Enthroned Washington” which is a replica of Phidias' great statue of Zeus Olympios).

    A visit to the National Mall in Washington DC will confirm these truths emphatically. Even if one does not understand the precise symbolic meanings of the pagan obelisks, rotundas, pillared monuments, mystically-patterned street plans, and so forth, in America's capitol city one sees that the founding fathers built her upon the ancient traditions established in Egypt, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome; and it was worth millions of dollars to them in order to undertake the effort. (For example, the founding fathers wanted their temple of Freemasonry to sit atop a pentagram, and so they designed the street plan north of the National Mall to accomplish that purpose, even if it meant that traffic would be apocalyptic for everyone who had to drive through the Northwest Quarter). The ancient traditions built into Washington DC (and likewise into Rome, London, and other great cities throughout the world), involve the invocation of the angelic host of Satan for the privilege of entering into alliances and contracts with them. Exceptional practitioners of the magical arts become kings, emperors, and great men of renown. To them, Lucifer is God, and they desire to paint Jesus as just another student of the mysteries. For example, Thomas Jefferson produced the "Jefferson Bible," which eliminates all mention of Jesus' divinity, including the elimination of both the resurrection and the immaculate conception. This alone is enough to condemn him as a demon-inspired heretic, according to Revelation 22:19 (“And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”) Benjamin Franklin eagerly praised and associated with mystics in France and Great Britain, and he was a notorious fornicator, all of which is contrary to scripture (e.g., Ephesians 5:5-11 “For this ye know, that no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor covetous man, who is an idolater, hath any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God. Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience. Be not ye therefore partakers with them. For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light: (for the fruit of the Spirit is in all goodness and righteousness and truth;) proving what is acceptable unto the Lord. And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.”) If any of our founding fathers had been true Bible believing Christians along the lines of the Puritans, for example, Franklin and Jefferson would have been burned at the stake.

    So fundamental are the mystery religions in the founding of America that its first major cities were built on a ley line, that is, a perfectly straight line whose coordinates connect to Stonehenge on the north end of it and Teotihuacan on the south end of it, with Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. perfectly positioned on that straight line (the website: atlanteanconspiracy.com does a nice job of explaining this with excellent graphics, maps, and background information). No, the founding fathers of America were not Christians, although they found it convenient to permit members of the public to think that they were, as is the standard practice of frontmen within the mystery cults. If America's founding fathers had been Bible-believing Christians, they would have used the name of Jesus or would have spoken of God as the Father in our founding documents, rather than using the vague and impersonal term "God." True Christians are filled with the Holy Spirit crying, "Abba, Father." And true Christians in the year 1776 would have been desperately eager to prevent the Luciferians from conquering America by the subtle methods which they had used to conquer Europe, so they would have warned us of the spiritual fate that has now ensnared us, and would have emphasized sound Christian doctrine like the apostles of Christ did throughout all of their epistles. No, America's founding fathers praised a "God" whose motives and concerns were very different from those expressed by the God of the Bible.

    Of all great nations in ancient history, there was only one whose leaders had another means for obtaining supernatural sponsorship without resorting to paganism and alchemy, and that one was the nation of the Israelites, who entered into an exclusive covenant with the Almighty God, known as Jehovah to them, who was the equivalent of a husband to them. God chose Abraham as the founder of godly faith, and later led his descendants out of Egypt by Moses through whom he delivered his law. Jehovah God was holy and righteous, unlike the fallen angels. Although God knew his Law set too high a standard for men to keep, this dispensation to the Israelites was necessary so that God could explain to mankind, through Israel's failure, that humans need both a Savior and the Holy Spirit in order to attain to Heavenly standards of righteousness.

    America was a nation where Christians had the majority, but they succumbed to temptation and finally, we have fallen away. That can be quickly remedied. See my playlists for a wealth of knowledge promulgated by the strongest Christian voices of the Reformation.

  6. Excellent documentary but not for everyone. Only those actually filled with His spirit need watch, which is few and far between. True Elect won't be found at any rallies… Or have anything to do with the political climate whatsoever.

  7. Very good documentary, with great documentation, which is rare in documentaries. But some of the narration is a little silly. Like calling them Satanic because they were deists, that's a bit of a stretch really.

  8. Dear Lord,

    Thank you so much for fulfilling your promises and the prophecies that you have shown us. God, now we, as you said to your disciples, now brothers are rising against brothers like this person in this video. Lord, help us to understand this nation, this wonderful nation is found as a Christian country as well as the founding fathers are true Christian, and please lead our nation again to Your Ways and Kingdom as our nation was in our founding fathers time. Amen

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