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"Independence Hall: Independent from God?" is the story and evidence of how Chaplain Todd and a tour group experienced again the distortions and omissions of America's religious history at the very center of our republic's origin 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 (NPS) trained guide on America's founders responded to Todd's simple question about the founders' religious affiliation! This story is loaded with early American evidence about the Christian faiths of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and most of the other signers of the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution.
NEWS FLASH! Chaplain Todd has been in correspondence with NPS Superintendent Cindy MacLeod of Independence National Historical Park about this revisionist matter. She just wrote him back a response letter to his initial grievance letter and story (below), which includes his 30-page historical rebuttal of the five antagonistic lies that the NPS guide said about America's founders' religion and practice.
To read NPS Superintendent Cindy MacLeod's official response letter to Chaplain Todd's 1st grievance letter, click HERE.
To read Chaplain Todd's next (2nd) letter in response to NPS Superintendent MacLeod's response letter, click HERE.
To TAKE ACTION and voice your opinion concerning this Independence Hall revisionist incident, you can email or call the National Park Service at Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia by clicking HERE.
Begin reading Chaplain Todd's initial (1st) grievance letter to NPS Superintendent Cindy MacLeod of Independence National Historical Park and the story of what happened to him and dozens on the tour group, which includes his 30-page historical rebuttal of the five antagonistic teachings and lies that the NPS guide taught about America's founders' religion....
Dear Mrs. Cindy MacLeod (Superintendent of Independence National Historical Park):
My name is Todd DuBord and I am the Chaplain for the Chuck Norris enterprises. I was a part of a tour group of roughly 50 people who were on a north-eastern American heritage tour in July 2010 ("The Next Great Awakening Tour"), which took us from Boston to Washington, D.C. And Independence Hall in Philadelphia was on our visitation list.Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Before the trip, seeing Independence Hall, where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were debated and adopted by our founders, was going to be one of the greatest highlights for me. As a lover of early American history and our republic, how could it not be? Unfortunately, it ended being the low point of the trip, because of the historical and particularly religious revisionism our group heard from a National Park Service (NPS) tour guide there. With over 2 million visitors alone in 2009, it is my great concern that a plethora of people and students have already heard these same distortions and half-truths about our founders' religious views and practices.
Just for the record, let me say that I'm not some extremist, but a concerned citizen who sincerely wishes to help rectify these religious historical revisions and omissions that 100 or so of us visitors heard in the Independence Hall tour, so that the tours can be the best they can be and Americans can learn accurate views of America's history, especially as it pertains to the founders and framers of the Declaration of Independence and our Constitution. It is with that heart and mind that I write to you: to sincerely help.
Let me explain what actually occurred during the initial part of our tour of Independence Hall--something which I should mention that 25 other witnesses in our group, all of whom were shocked and upset by what they heard, were and are willing to sign an affidavit that they too experienced....
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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?"
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