The Fallacy of Separation of Church and State

The Founding Fathers believed that government’s role in religion should be limited.  We cannot discount that the First Amendment begins, “Congress shall make no law” either establishing a state religion or prohibiting the free exercise of religion.  Rather than articulate an affirmative responsibility for government to protect religion, the Founding …

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Reviving American Christianity

It is an understatement to say that America is divided. One well-known expert in American history, David Barton, says the state of the country today feels like 1856, five years before the start of the Civil War. Calls for calm and civility go unheeded by Democrats and their supporters, who …

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The Rights of Christians

The Rights of Christians A Publication of The Rutherford Institute With an Introduction by John W. Whitehead Introduction by John W. Whitehead The essence of what has been said and written on the subject is that only those interests of the highest order and those not otherwise served can overbalance …

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Why Worry When You Can Pray

I am often asked, “How can you stay focused so intently upon the situations and circumstances surrounding America’s current condition of managed decline without succumbing to the mind-chilling depression it warrants?” How can I watch with the contextual awareness of an Historian the seemingly unstoppable advance of the progressives in …

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