> If you were more familiar with the Bible and the Constitution, you'd know better.
I'm not a biblical scholar, but I think I have a good working knowledge of the Constitution, and I understand the Christianity was (and is) a part of the culture. It shows up in literature all the time; you'll notice the symbolism if you're somewhat familiar with the scriptures.
But the point made by the Constitution (in its lack of direct reference to God or Jesus), and by the Bill of Rights (in it's protection of the federal government and religion from each other) is pretty clear. While the Supreme Court thinks the "In God we trust" motto is OK, as well as "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, they still subscribe to in the "wall of separation" idea.
So, instead of telling us we're ignorant, would you like to fill up in on the biblical influences on the Construction?