Awakelive reveals Social Security Administration records that show Social Security Act violates Christian’s rights by establishing the Acts of Christian Charity forcing Christians to support government care for the poor and healthcare over religion.
In 1968 Professor Theron Schlabach of the history department of Goshen College was commissioned to do a study on the history on the development of the Social Security Act which he titled : “Rationality of Welfare: A Public Discussion of Poverty and Social Insurance in the United States 1875-1935
Chapter one titled Charity Organization: A False Start is summed by Reverend Oscar McCulloch, “founder of Indianapolis COS who argued that Charity Organization was proper because it was an expression of Christianity that had become structural, that is, part of the very structure of society.”
Chapter two titled Toward a Rationalization of Welfare is summed up by William Willoughby proponent of welfare “The modern Movement for Insurance represents the effort to substitute for the old relief funds, which were to often funded on a charitable basis.” William also stated “Charity picked up the broken pieces when nothing else could be done. But something else could be done. Reformers had to find better solutions and embody them in statute law”
It is settled law in Lemon v Kurtzman 403 U.S. 403 602 @ 612-613 that a statute must have a secular purpose or it violates the first Amendment Establishment clause.
This is the smoking gun that the social security act established the non-secular Christian religious Acts of Charity and embodied it in statute law the Social Security Act of 1935, and it is clearly unconstitutional.