Alexander Hamilton (1757-1804) was a cosigner and "ratifier" of the U.S. Constitution and the first Secretary of the Treasury.
"For my own part, I sincerely esteem it a system which without the finger of God, never could have been suggested and agreed upon by such a diversity of interests." - "One Nation Under God," by Christine F. Hart, 1787.
"In my opinion, the present constitution is the standard to which we are to cling. Under its banner bona fide must we combat our political foes, rejecting all changes but through the channel itself provided for amendments. By these general views of the subject have my reflections been guided.
I now offer you the outline of the plan they have suggested. Let an association be formed to be denominated "The Christian Constitutional Society," its object to be first: The support of the Christian religion. second: The support of the United States." - In a letter to James Bayard, written from April 16-21, 1802, and contained in the book, "The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton," by Allan M. Hamilton.
"I have carefully examined the evidences of the Christian religion, and if I was sitting as a juror upon its authenticity I would unhesitatingly give my verdict in its favor. I can prove its truth as clearly as any proposition ever submitted to the mind of man." - "Famous American Statesmen," by Sarah K. Boulton.