Kevin Kruse

Princeton University

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Kevin Kruse on KCRW

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

America Is a "Christian Nation" — Since When?

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

from To the Point

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

America Is a "Christian Nation" — Since When?

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

from To the Point

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