I do get somewhat incensed with those who would deny that our country was founded by Christians in large part and further that Christian principles guided the revolution and formation of our system of government. I've read enough to know better than this. So while I'm not going to argue with you, I will continue to speak my mind on this. I believe that Joe and Larry are adding something positive to this discussion and I'm going to stand with them.
Funny the things you see around the area, when one lives where the revolution began. This of course predates the revolution by many years, Bradford was our first Governor here.
Then there is the revolution itself and strangely enough, the places where the revolution gathered steam and inspiration still stand. One may still attend services in these places. Our country was founded in church. (gasp!)
Recognize the fellow out front on a horse by chance?
He lived here, where he maintained a shop.
The good folks who attended the event known as the "Boston Tea Party" first met here;