I would say B) Respectful
Because this is the proclamation where Washington declared Thanksgiving as a national holiday. The Thanksgiving Proclammation was declared on November 26, 1789
The correct answer is option b) "Respectful".
The National Thanksgiving Proclamation was the first formal declaration of thanksgiving day performed by President George Washington on November 26, 1789. The attitude that Washington took towards God in his proclamation was respectful, stating that all nations must acknowledge His providence and "..to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor...".
1.Create a day of Thanksgiving to God
2.Create a day of Thanksgiving to God
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It can be described as an infringement of the principle of separation of church and state. Indeed, a secular government is not supposed to proclaim and impose days of prayer, since praying and giving thanks to God is a religious matter. However, some argue that although there is separation between church and state, there is not separation between religion and state, since the state is made up of individual persons and the Constitution guarantees freedom of expression and religious creed.
The fact that a person during his/her government work is not asked to abandon his or her religion; but only to refrain from making official decisions based on religion, or to let religion dictate the nature and the scope of those decisions, can be offered as a counterargument; but the debate keeps to rage on. With Muslims and Fundamentalist Christians trying to increase their influence in public affairs this debate will have to be resolved, soon.