[God] Redacted

In July, Princeton's Robby George noted that the American Constitution Society for Law & Policy's booklet of the Declaration, Constitution and Gettysburg Address redacts "under God" from Lincoln's address.
At the time, staring at the text, I wondered whether it was an innocent, inadvertent error—a typo, perhaps. It seemed more likely, though, that here is the apex of the secularist ideology that has attained a status not unlike that of religious orthodoxy among liberal legal scholars and political activists. Nothing is sacred, as it were—not even the facts of American history, not even the words spoken by Abraham Lincoln at the most solemn ceremony of our nation’s history.
I let that go at the time, because there is a rebuttal, and even though its claim is precisely the refuge George predicts they'd take in his original article (pretending we don't know which version of the GA Lincoln delivered), still, the Declaration's text is unmessed-with, so....even if the purpose is nefarious, it's a little pointless.

But now the President has gone and messed with the Declaration...
Towards the end of a speech on September 15 to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Obama began quoting the famous “rights” line from the founding document. But partway through, he omitted where those rights come from: a Creator.
The line is supposed to read: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
But Obama’s recitation left out an important part: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal. [Long Pause] Endowed with certain inalienable [sic] rights: life and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
Many observers think the Prez deliberately redacted  "by their Creator."  Hmm.