Archive for: Greg Hamilton

(VIDEO) Greg Hamilton: “We The People” and Christ’s Counter-Revolution

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Based on Mark 15 and Rev­e­la­tion 13, this sem­i­nar exam­ines cur­rent events in light of Bible prophecy. The fickle crowd dynam­ics at Christ’s trial par­al­lels today’s polit­i­cal and reli­gious crowd. As our nation’s founders pre­dicted, this foment is lead­ing to the dis­so­lu­tion of our Con­sti­tu­tion. But Christ is prepar­ing those who will lis­ten and learn—as He did with His disciples—for a greater rev­o­lu­tion­ary call­ing in these last days.

 
 

Discernibly Proactive: History of Adventist Involvement in Public Policy

Discernibly Proactive: History of Adventist Involvement in Public Policy

[T]he lead­ers of the Church need to place a much higher pri­or­ity on being involved in the pub­lic sphere, find­ing ways to be dis­cernibly proac­tive while keep­ing the larger con­sti­tu­tional and prophetic pic­tures ever in focus. There are times to remain neu­tral, but we also need to be a seri­ous player, not iso­la­tion­ists or sideliners.

 
 

Video: Oregon Governor Repeals Ban on Teachers’ Religious Dress

 
 

Oregon Governor Signs Bill Repealing Ban on Teachers’ Religious Dress

Oregon Governor Signs Bill Repealing Ban on Teachers’ Religious Dress

SALEM, OREGON — On April 1, 2010, Gov­er­nor Ted Kulon­goski signed a bill (HB 3686) that will repeal Oregon’s 87-year-old ban on teach­ers wear­ing reli­gious dress.

 
 

Northwest Religious Liberty Association Honors Oregon Speaker Dave Hunt

Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Dave Hunt, speaker of the Ore­gon House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives, was awarded by the North­west Reli­gious Lib­erty Asso­ci­a­tion (NRLA) at the Ore­gon Con­fer­ence Camp­meet­ing in Glad­stone on July 17, 2009 for his leg­isla­tive spon­sor­ship of the Ore­gon Work­place Reli­gious Free­dom Act, Sen­ate Bill 786 (SB 786) which was signed into law by Gov­er­nor Ted Kulon­goski.  There were 2,056 peo­ple in attendance.

 
 

Governor signs Oregon Workplace Religious Freedom Act

Governor signs Oregon Workplace Religious Freedom Act

North­west Reli­gious Lib­erty Asso­ci­a­tion Press Release — July 21, 2009 The Stage Was Set On a swel­ter­ing Fri­day sum­mer evening, and just two min­utes prior to going on stage before approx­i­mately 2,000 Seventh-day Adven­tist Chris­tians at the Glad­stone, Ore­gon Camp­meet­ing, the Hon­or­able Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Dave Hunt (D), Speaker of the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives for the Ore­gon Leg­is­la­ture, informed the pres­i­dent and staff of the […]

 
 

Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski signs the Workplace Religious Freedom Act

Break­ing News:  We have received word that Ore­gon Gov­er­nor Ted Kulon­goski has signed the Ore­gon Work­place Reli­gious Free­dom Act (SB 786). SB 786 requires employ­ers to make cred­i­ble attempts to accom­mo­date reli­gious holy day obser­vance and reli­gious dress. Prior to SB 786, employ­ers in Ore­gon could make only the bare min­i­mum effort to meet accom­mo­da­tion require­ments. This bill will be a step […]

 
 

America’s Would-be Saviors

This arti­cle orig­i­nally appeared on the North­west Reli­gious Lib­erty Asso­ci­a­tion at http://​www​.nrla​.com/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​.​p​h​p​?​i​d​=75 and is used here by per­mis­sion of the author. By Gre­gory W. Hamil­ton© August 5, 2008 It is not just the Pope who is draw­ing hun­dreds of thou­sands, with throngs press­ing all about to get a glimpse of him, and maybe even a touch of his hand. Dur­ing his media saturated […]

 
 

Religious Pluralism & America’s Christian Nation Debate: Revisiting the Intentions of America’s Constitutional Founders

Religious Pluralism & America’s Christian Nation Debate: Revisiting the Intentions of America’s Constitutional Founders

By Gre­gory W. Hamil­ton The con­sti­tu­tional sys­tem of the United States of Amer­ica remains the envy of the out­side world despite the grow­ing unrest of our Euro­pean allies towards our country’s Admin­is­tra­tion, and the con­tin­ual provo­ca­tion against it by ter­ror­ists and a few hos­tile Arab-Muslim nations. Yet the great­est threat to our con­sti­tu­tional sys­tem comes from within, and par­tic­u­larly from a few […]