If they assumed we'd use a little common sense, they probably didn't need to bother with the "inalienable" and "self-evident" Bill of Rights.
They didn't mention God for a reason.
Or perhaps they were freethinking Deists that didn't want the country to be controlled by religious agendas of any flavor.
And debated loudly.
?? The Constitution is the law of the land. They spent months running through committees and votes and due process. To think that none of them thought to slip God in there when they were thinking "yeah, this should be a Theocracy, that'd be great..." is assuming something that is a bit beyond my ability to suspend belief.
The Constitution rules the nation, not the Declaration of Independence, not government seals, nor in what's printed on the currency.
If it's not in there it's probably not due to oversight or a slip of the inkwell pen.
Oh how I wish the Constitution truly ruled the nation!!!!!