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Standing on Principles

Standing on Principles As I watched brief news coverage on the Supreme Court hearing involving the religious liberty of such groups as the Little Sisters of the Poor, it reminded me of the challenge faced by the colonists in 1773 concerning the tax on tea. When the colonists refused to pay the tax, since they […]

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Working for Liberty

    In the midst of the struggle, pain and clamor which confront our society these days, it is difficult to discover voices which support the most fundamental principles of liberty. License threatens to destroy liberty. So, where should we turn, and what should we do? As Christians, we know that God is our refuge, […]

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The Spirit of Thanksgiving

 The Spirit of Thanksgiving by Jeanette Whittaker The true spirit of thanksgiving can be hard to capture in the whirlwind of modern society. You can’t facebook, text, tweet, or click to discover it. You’ll find the spirit of thanksgiving as you contemplate and consider the nature and mighty works of our Creator and Savior. The […]

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Comtemplating the Constitution- Part III

Contemplating the Constitution – Part III James B. Rose and Barbara Rose, American Christian History Institute     JAMES MADISON FATHER OF THE CONSTITUTION and BILL OF RIGHTS              Madison began his education home schooled by his Grandmother and later tutored by a minister.  As a youth, he educated himself from the family library.   He […]

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Contemplating the Constitution- Part II

Contemplating the Constitution – Part II James B. Rose and Barbara Rose American Christian History Institute     Originally published in Eagle’s Aerie, American Christian History Institute, September 2007. Used by Permission.     Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post […]

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