When one reads about the Founding Fathers and the American Constitution several things clearly stand out. These were men who believed in a Supreme Being who had given mankind a natural law which was binding upon all people. Further, they believed that civil government would not function properly without that belief in God. They would not establish any one sect of faith, but the acknowledgment and worship of God was a necessary component of a just society. How far we have moved from both of these tenets – belief in the absolutes of natural law, and the necessity of giving God true worship. These were not all Christian men in believing in the divinity of Jesus Christ, but they were God fearing. That made the great difference in the Constitution they gave us. Separation of Church and State was never intended to mean separation of God and State.