Contents of FREEDOM OF WORSHIP
For more than a year, Fincher traveled to Washington observing and collecting quotations that she found from our founders as well as, paintings and inscriptions proclaiming our Judeo-Christian heritage. “Freedom of Worship” reveals more than 40 of these findings.
* The original Constitution spells “Congress” in Old English.
* The original Constitution shows our freedom to worship as article III. rather than Article I.
* A photograph of Moses is on the left side of the image. (Taken by a sign that says "No Photography".) This larger than life bronze of Moses holding the Ten Commandments overlooks the Library of Congress.
* Of the twenty-three great lawgivers thoughout the centuries, Moses is portrayed as the most prominent in the House Chamber.
* Look for more than 30 locations of The Ten Commandments in the U.S. Supreme Court,
* The Ten Commandment's locations in The National Archives.
* Quotations from: * George Washington, * Benjamin Franklin *Thomas Jefferson.
* Find scriptures from: *Psalms *Proverbs *Micah *John etched into these buildings.
* There are paintings in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol of:
a Baptism, prayer service, Bible study, praying with Pilgrims. A painting of an Israeli woman is praying in the Library of Congress
* The heart of our Nation’s capitol forms the shape of a cross…
* A Bible is laid within the cornerstone of what Monument?
* The Giant Bible of Mainz and the Gutenberg Bible are permanently on display in what building?
* The U.S. Congress pursued the printing and reading of Bibles in our schools. 1782
* ”In God We Trust” is on our currency and four other locations in the image.
* “God Shed His Grace on Thee” is etched over the Senate entrance of the U.S. Capitol.
* The Preambles of all but two States honor God. Two states do not have Preambles.
* The Liberty Bell has a verse from Leviticus etched into it.
* The capstone of the Washington monument says “Laus Deo”, discover its meaning.
* “The National Seal says “Annuit Coeptis”, discover what it means.