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Neil McKinlay Paulson on Principles—In God We Trust
by Terry Paulson

To many secular Americans, God should be zoned out of public life and expressions of faith should be limited to the home and places of worship. Certainly, our Founding Fathers supported freedom of religion—the right to believe any faith or to not believe at all. But there was no desire to diminish the importance of or the expression of faith in the public square.

The First Amendment states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” The intent was established in the 1789 U.S. Congressional Records where God’s principles where affirmed but no one national denomination would define those principles.

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"Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act. Not facing evil is itself evil."
— Dietrich Bonhoeffer
The hBattle of LexingtonUnderstanding What the Constitution Stands for Is Key
by Star Parker

If the government can dictate how I live and what I do, I begin to feel like they own me.

I salute the Republicans of the 112th Congress for their initiative to restore the U.S. Constitution to its legitimate place of prominence in our public discourse.

Reading it aloud at Congress's opening session and requiring members to cite constitutional authority when introducing new legislation are great ideas.

It will help highlight that the real debate is about the underlying defining principles of our nation that the Constitution exists to protect.

Democrats mocking these gestures show their disdain for those underlying principles. When Congressman Henry Waxman, D-CA, says, "Whether it's constitutional or not is going to be whether the Supreme Court says it is," it's like my saying that whether or not I steal from my neighbor depends on my calculation of whether or not I'll get caught.

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The Battle of LexingtonThe Battle of Lexington
A Sermon and Eyewitness Narrative
by Jonas Clark

America's War for Independence began at the little village of Lexington. It was "the shot heard 'round the world." Jonas Clark was a friend of Paul Revere and John Hancock. Hearing the cry The British are coming! the pastor of "embattled farmers" encouraged his flock to stand their ground against "blood-thirsty oppressors"—the British. As eyewitnesses to history, Clark recounts what he saw of the battle of Lexington. This book is the 1776 retelling of the fateful battle on its one-year anniversary.

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The Brave Boys of Derry The Brave Boys of Derry or No Surrender!
by W. Stanley Martin

The Brave Boys of Derry is a true historical narrative of how courageous young apprentices helped save their besieged Protestant town of Londonderry in 1689.

"This is the sort of book that needs to be republished and put into the hands of freedom-loving people around the world, giving them hope to see how brave, courageous boys stood up with their townspeople in His Story with His help, and what needs to be done today with the Lord's Providential aid for the cause of personal and civil Liberty in Christ." 
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The Book that Made AmericaThe Book That Made America
How the Bible Formed Our Nation
by Jerry Newcombe

The Book that Made America: How the Bible Formed Our Nation comprehensively documents, with joy, America’s deep roots in the Bible of the Christian faith. From our first civil compacts and the New England Primer textbook, to the declaration of every state constitution and the declaration of the United States Supreme Court’s Trinity decision of 1892, America cries out that its traditions have resulted from an abiding faith in the God of the Holy Bible.

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"[This great book]...portrays the power of Scripture that transformed the American wilderness into the world's first Christian constitutional republic."
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Written and Directed by Curtis Bowers

Ask almost anyone and you'll hear, "Communism is dead! The Berlin Wall came down." And though the word communism isn't used anymore, this film will show the ideas behind it are alive and well.

Join Bowers for a fascinating look at the people and groups that have successfully targeted America's morality and freedom in their effort to grind America down. It's not just another conspiracy theory. It's a well documented agenda.
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