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"A Gate between Church and State" is the story and research (with photos) of how Todd and two different groups of 50 tourists experienced religious revisionism and reductionism among the tours of Monticello (Thomas Jefferson's estate). It also documents the evidence Todd discovered within the Library of Congress that proves just the opposite of what tour guides are teaching visitors and students at Monticello. From a man who is regarded as one of the most secularly progressive among America's Founders and the one who allegedly secured the separation of Church and State, you will learn how Thomas Jefferson actually intermingled Christian faith and practice with his politics. You will also read how administrative personnel at Monticello finally responded to Todd and his revisionists inquiries.

NEWS FLASH! Chaplain Todd has been in correspondence with the Director of Interpretation and Training at Monticello.

  • To read the initial national news report on this Monticello religious revision incident, "A gate between Church and State," click HERE.

  • To read the official memo sent to Chaplain Todd by Monticello's Director of Interpretation and Training, click HERE.

  • To read what happened when Chaplain Todd and another tour group asked a second tour guide about Thomas Jefferson's views and practice of religion, click HERE.

  • To TAKE ACTION and voice your opinion concerning this Monticello revisionist incident, you can email or call the historic park by clicking HERE.

    Most of all, remember to ask Monticello guides various questions about Thomas Jefferson's views and practice of religion, and particularly Christianity. And then, if they're not familiar with Jefferson's religious practice (as detailed in Chaplain Todd's story and research below), inform the guide and group you are with, and then write Monticello about your experience.

    Begin reading Chaplain Todd's exciting story and indepth research on Thomas Jefferson's real views and practice of religion...

    As an atheist, I used to believe in "a wall of separation between Church and State." After researching the religion and politics of Thomas Jefferson in the Library of Congress, I now understand that barrier was more like a gate thatJefferson himself would often pass through.

    Let's get a few things straight.

    I don't believe Thomas Jefferson was an evangelical Christian.

    I don't believe he was orthodox in most of his doctrine either.

    What's more important, at least for this treatise here, is that I also don't believe he was a dogmatic deist with a secular progressive agenda to rid religion (specifically Christianity) from government, as he is often conveyed, even by our tour guide at Jefferson's estate, Monticello, in July of 2006...

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    June 2011
    After two years of work together, Todd just completed writing the official autobiography of Chuck Norris' 90-year-old mother, Wilma Norris Knight, as told from her perspective (with over 100 photos throughout). It is simply titled, "Acts of Kindness: My Story."

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    The foreword was written by her sons, Chuck and Aaron Norris. This is the only biography that Wilma endorses, so don't accept counterfeits. Todd describes Wilma's life and inspirational book as "True Grit meets Grapes of Wrath and Pilgrim's Progress!" More information about its content and publication will be posted soon at For now, it is available only at

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    Wilma Norris Knight and Todd & Tracy DuBord

    July 2010
    While Todd was on "The Next Great Awakening Tour" of various historic sites from Boston to D.C., he and the tour group experienced again the distortions and omissions of America's religious history--this time at the very center of our republic 250 years ago--Independence Hall, where our founders debated and adopted the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. You won't believe how the National Park Service's expert guide on America's founders responded to Todd's question about the founders' religious affiliation! To find out more, check out Todd's story and research rebuttal on this website: "Independence Hall: Independent from God?"

    January 2010
    Fidelis Publishing produces an expanded paperback version of Chuck's New York Times bestseller, "Black Belt Patriotism," as well as produces Chuck in a new PSA ("Patriot Service Announcement") in which he discusses the status of America. You can watch it by clicking HERE.

    Black Belt Patriotism

    May-Sept. 2009
    Chuck Norris (with Chaplain Todd) wrote "The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book: 101 of Chuck's Favorite Facts and Stories" (Tyndale Publishing--released on 11/1/09).

    The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book

    Unless you've been on a deserted island, you know about some of the thousands of mythical sayings about Chuck Norris presented as "facts" about his life, like "Chuck Norris doesn't wear Superman pajamas; Superman wears Chuck Norris pajamas." Over the last several years, Chuck has been asked repeatedly from the heartland of America to the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, "Which 'facts' are your favorites?" For the first time ever, in "The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book," Chuck gives readers not only his 101 favorite facts, roundhouse-kicked by the man himself, but also the stories behind the facts and the code (or core values) by which Chuck lives his life (5-F's: freedom, faith, family, fitness and fight). From stories about his martial arts and movie and television careers, to intimate stories about his faith and family, fans from every corner of the globe will enjoy, laugh and be inspired by one of the world's great action heroes. Hilarious Chuck Norris caricature drawings accompany each of the 101 entries. See and read the actual first 5 entries by pressing HERE. This book makes a perfect (Christmas) gift for young and old, military personnel, anyone who needs a laugh or encouragement, etc. It should be the ultimate reading in every bathroom around the world! And right now it can be ordered via Amazon for under $10!

    Jan. 2009
    Chuck Norris gives national attention to Todd's revisionist stories by including a few of them in his #14 New York Times best seller, "Black Belt Patriotism" (Regnery Publishing). Read a description of the book and get a FREE chapter by clicking HERE.

    Black Belt Patriotism

    Sept-Oct.2008 Chaplain Todd works in conjunction with Chuck Norris, various politicians and other historical activists in assuring brand new $621 million, 580,000-square-feet Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, D.C. contains proper Christian heritage representation for prospective 15,000 daily visitors.

    April 2008
    On April 1, 2008, Todd officially joins the Norris organization TopKick Productions.

    Dec. 2007
    Todd is offered position as chaplain of Chuck Norris enterprises and takes revisionist endeavors and watchdog approaches to a new national level.

    Oct./Nov. 2007
    Todd restores LAUS DEO ("Praise be to God") capstone replica display in the Washington Monument. He also writes Monticello and U.S. Supreme Court about their June 2007 encounters that perpetuate religious reductionism and revisionism among their tours. The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to respond.

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