4. We can know God and moral truth
According to both the Christian tradition and American Founders, everyone has general knowledge of the natural moral law and the Lawgiver. We can discern enough of the law “from the things that have been made” so that we can be held accountable for what we do (Romans 1). The existence of a Creator and a natural law are public truths, not merely sectarian beliefs. We can recognize these truths publicly without establishing a religion.