If it's good enough for the Constitution...Everyone's all hyper that some people want to remove the words ' under God' from the Pledge of Allegiance. It seems logical enough to me. I mean, the original version of the Pledge of Allegiance didn't contain the phrase. In fact, the Pledge was around without 'God' for longer than it's included 'God.' The pledge was "without God" for over half a century and the sky never fell on our dear Republic.
But some people insist that by not having God, the Pledge would be denying the existence of God.
Out of curiousity, I did a search of the US Constitution (articles and amendments) for the word 'God.'
The result: no findings.
To the best of my research: there is no God in the Constitution.
If the Republic has survived for over two centuries without God in the Constitution, then removing from the Pledge is not going to be the end of the world.
Or maybe James Madison was just a godless Commie...