Video: Prager U asks whether America was founded to be secular

The Founding Fathers believed that a secular government is key to preserving liberty. But they also believed that without a religious society, liberty would devolve into tyranny.

As we celebrate another Independence Day approaches, learn what the Founders really thought about the role religion must play in a free society. Joshua Charles, author and researcher at the Museum of the Bible, explains in the video that follows.

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