Monthly Archives: October 2016

Conclusion of America’s Christian History – Hidden in Plain View

This concludes the series of historic quotes, assembled and published by Hobby Lobby, indicating that Christianity was prized by the early leaders of this country to the same degree that Secularism is prized by its current leaders. I put “hidden … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Foreign Opinion – Hidden in Plain View

It wasn’t just that early America saw itself as Christian – outsiders agreed! The Americans combine the notions of Christianity and of liberty so intimately in their minds that it is impossible to make them conceive the one without the … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Harvard and Yale – Hidden in Plain View

Here’s the way Harvard and Yale used to direct their students.  Wish they still did. Let every student be plainly instructed and earnestly pressed to consider well the main end of his life and studies is to know God and Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Congress – Hidden in Plain View

This is the way the U. S. Congress used to talk.  Can’t it talk that way again…if voters want it to? We are a Christian people…not because the law demands it, not to gain exclusive benefits or to avoid legal disabilities … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Supreme Court Rulings – Hidden in Plain View

Have you read a recent Supreme Court ruling that sounded like either of these? There is no dissonance in these [legal] declarations.  …These are not individual sayings, declarations of private persons: they are organic [legal, governmental] utterances; they speak the … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Its Early Supreme Court Justices – Hidden in Plain View

What would happen if next nominee to the Supreme Court were to speak like these Supreme Court justices? The Bible is the best of all books, for it is the word of God and teaches us the way to be … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Its Founding Fathers – Hidden in Plain View

Here’s the way America’s original leaders spoke.  Compare their comments with those of America’s current leaders. “To the kindly influence of Christianity we owe that degree of civil freedom, and political and social happiness, which mankind now enjoys. …Whenever the … Continue reading

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America’s Christian History According to Its Early Presidents – Hidden in Plain View

Compare and contrast the rhetoric of modern candidates for the office of U.S. president with the sorts of things spoken by our earliest presidents.  The contrast speaks volumes about the spiritual and moral decay in present times. Part of our current … Continue reading

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God Is Displeased with Us

When I say “God is displeased with us,” the “us” refers to Americans. Because of its Christianity, God made America great.  And because of its rejection of Christianity – that is, its rejection of the truth – He is bringing … Continue reading

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The Bittersweet Thought of a Museum of the Bible

The Museum of the Bible in Washington D. C. is scheduled to open its doors about a year from now.  Until then, construction continues on the 430,000 square-foot building that sits just three blocks south of the U.S. Capitol building.  It … Continue reading

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