America’s Christian History

Do American Christians Have a Responsibility to Vote?

Do American Christians Have a Responsibility to Vote? Ruth J Smith The upcoming election has created a great deal of discussion. What is our responsibility as a Christian? The Word of God does indicates that we will be rewarded upon our faithfulness to His Word and our stewardship of what God has given us in […]

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Delegating Authority

Delegating Authority Lee Early “Take you wise men, and understanding, and known among your tribes, and I will make them rulers over you.” Deuteronomy 1:13 Representative government is a process of delegating authority. We, as citizens, consent to, authorize, or assign a person to stand for us in the external governing of our home, church, […]

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Elections have Consequences

Elections have Consequences by Ruth Smith The idea that “elections have consequences” is a concept that many forget. Each candidate is endeavoring to present himself or herself as the “best” person to lead our nation. The field is vast, from a declared socialist to those who identify themselves as conservative.     Do “we, the […]

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For Such a Time as This

“For Such a Time as This” This is part of a series of posts regarding the Leadership Demanded by a Republic. James Rose addressed the unique characteristics of the leadership demanded by a Republic. Ralph Bullard  reminded us of the means to cultivate the unique leadership demanded by a republic. God has a plan which […]

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American Leadership of the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries

American Leadership of the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries Compiled by Ruth Smith In God’s Providence, He provides the right individuals, with the unique character to lead the nation at each period of history. At a Pilgrim Institute event focused on American Leadership, enlightening presentations were made regarding principles of leadership. During the 18th Century, […]

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