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The Judeo-Christian tradition consists of those beliefs and mores which Christianity derives from and shares with Judaism, including a belief in God as a benevolent, omnipotent creator, and the Ten Commandments. The United States has a Judeo-Christian heritage.[1]

The etymology of this term is traced to World War II and particularly the Cold War.[2]

See also


  1. "The United States of America is the only country in history to have defined itself as Judeo-Christian." What does 'Judeo-Christian' mean?, Jewish World Review
  2. Criticizing this term