Thanksgiving Story of Pilgrims is Good Lesson on First Amendment Congress Shall Make No Law Establishing Religion


The Pilgrims had fled from the state-operated Church of England when they prayed to Elohim that first Thanksgiving in “the new world,” the Church of England where the king served like the pope serves  the Catholic church, the people’s supposed intermediary between heaven and earth, yet Jesus himself is the intermediary, Elohim come to earth to die then resurrect for those who would believe, so that the U. S. Constitution would say that “Congress shall make no law establishing religion nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof” certainly falls-in-line with what the Pilgrims believed.