Archive for: May, 2012

Ronald Reagan on Preserving the Sacred Fire of Human Liberty

Ronald Reagan on Preserving the Sacred Fire of Human Liberty

Remarks of President Ronald Reagan on the 200th anniversary of Signing of the the U.S. Constitution on September 18, 1987. s we stand here today before Independence Hall, we can easily imagine that day, Sept. 17, 1787, when the delegates rose from their chairs and arranged themselves according to the geography of their states, beginning with New Hampshire and moving […]

 
 

Robbing God: The Essence of a Church-State Union

By Jason Hines – But how do you kill Christ? An examination of how it actually happened in the Bible reveals an interesting answer.Matthew 27: 1, 2 describes the process. Christ is first condemned to death by a religious tribunal. He is then sent to the state to have this religious determination ratified and executed. This is the essence of a union of church and state. The church has the moral authority but not the tangible power to condemn Christ to death, and so they turn to the state to legitimize their moral proclamation.

 
 

Editor's Southern Hometown Repeals Blue Law Prohibiting Alcohol Sale on Sunday

EDITOR'S NOTE: live in this town of Calhoun, GA. For the two years that I have resided here, I have noticed several curious differences between this small southern town and the cities where I lived in California, Washington State, and the United Kingdom. One of which is the illegality of selling alcohol on Sunday. While I am a teetotaler, I enjoy […]

 
 

Giving An Account: William Wilberforce and the Abolition of the Slave Trade

Giving An Account: William Wilberforce and the Abolition of the Slave Trade

By David C. Read – illiam Wilberforce (1759-1833) was the grandson of a British merchant who had made his fortune trading with the Baltic nations. William's father died when William was nine, and his temporarily overwhelmed mother sent him to live with an aunt and uncle who were Methodists. At the age of 17, William was sent to study at […]