There is proof of our DNA of God and religion in our Constitution. The very first amendment acknowledged that religion already existed in the Constitution, and they needed to say it would be allowed to work, but no overzealous laws could be written to force religion, God or his principles upon anyone who didn’t want them in their personal lives.
Unbelievers cannot see God or religion in the Constitution because they do not believe that God exists. Other people refuse to see because they believe God and religion must be separate from government. But just as the yeast cannot be seen in the bread, still it is in there and the bread exists. It is not relative to believe whether the yeast is in the bread, it has to be in it in order for the bread to be what it is. Of course the yeast has to be in there, and so does God have to be in the Constitution.
The founders believed in the truths they declared, and they wrote those beliefs into the Constitution to ensure that these truths remained. They believed everything they were doing was in and under the Creator, and they didn’t name him in their document because they didn’t have to.
His presence, like the truths, is self-evident.