> 1) FF were Christians and by lack of judgement, forgot to put
> god (or the word creator) in the Constitution
OR... 1) They didn't need to put in the word GOD or Creator because it was understood that God is sovereign according to the Federalist Papers which are the precursor to the development of the U.S. Constitution. Read for yourself here in the National Archives of the Library of Congress....
> 2) FF were deists and knew a theocracy was the worst design
> they could come up with and purposefully left the word
> god/creator out of the Constitution
OR.. See my number 1 above.
> 3) prove Jesus and/or Moses never existed whatsoever and #1 or
> #2 become moot points. I chose this path/M.O. It's a lot more
> solid and verifiable.
I submit that the Hebrew, Greek (including Josephus and Philo), and Christian historical records contained in the passages of the world-renown, best-selling book of all time, accepted by half of the ancient historicists of the world as a valid historical record, The Holy Bible, proves that Jesus and Moses did in fact exist.
Because YOU don't believe it, doesn't make the words of the Bible any less truth. Because you say it's so, is not evidence or proof Jesus and Moses never existed.
I would submit that "your" argument is a "moot" point.
But you are free to "try again".