The Death Penalty on Trial
Taking a Life for a Life Taken
by Dr. Ron Gleason PhD
This book rigorously examines the controversy over the death penalty with clarity and cogency. After Dr. Ron Gleason lays a thorough groundwork in history and law, he defines ethics philosophically, and then presents the Biblical mandate. Proponents on both sides will find the issues in focus and the arguments framed for more meaningful discussion.
List Price: $14.95 Paperbac,k 152 pages
Special Discount Price $11.25
Nourishment from the Word
Select Studies in Reformed Doctrine
by Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.
This book is for the serious Christian following the Biblical encouragement to “be a good servant of Jesus Christ, constantly nourished on the words of the faith and of sound doctrine” (1 Tim. 4:6). In a world of malnourished Christians, Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., leads hungry believers to solid food so that they might grow in grace.
List Price: $15.95 Paperback, 188 pages
Special Discount Price $12.00
George Washington is one of the most significant men in all of history. Regarding the direct advancement of civil and political liberty in the earth, he may well be the most significant champion in all history. Certainly he was the central figure of bringing a new era of liberty to the world in modern times. Abraham Lincoln observed:
Washington is the mightiest name of earth — long since mightiest in the cause of civil liberty, still mightiest in moral reformation. On that name no eulogy is expected. It cannot be. To add brightness to the sun or glory to the name of Washington is alike impossible. Let none attempt it.1
Founding Father Fisher Ames said that Washington changed the standard of human greatness.2 One biographer wrote, “Washington was without an equal, was unquestionably the greatest man that the world has produced in the last one thousand years.”3 Thomas Paine observed: “By common consent, Washington is regarded as not merely the Hero of the American Revolution, but the World’s Apostle of Liberty.”4
A figure in history like Washington did not just arise by happenstance. It was the near unanimous consent of early Americans that Washington, like Esther of old, had “come to the Kingdom for such a time as this.”
Read On for the Full Essay»
Quoted in Verna Hall's The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, Vol. I. Christian Self-Government, p. 416.
Today, in light of current events, we now understand first hand how fragile individual liberty, protection of private property, and justice are. Below is a brief example from older and original sources of the extraordinary character some have called the American Moses. Numbers of historians have commented that if George Washington had desired to be king, he easily could have been. Rather, he became irate at the notion. Liberty had come far too hard, with far too much sacrifice to squander it so. Please be patient with the archaic language in the two excerpts below to see in yet another way, just how great the Father of Our Country truly was.—editor
Read On for the Full Essay»
Accompanied with 2”x 10” engraved moniker black brass engraved plate , inset with bronze Great Seal of the United States including historic Bible quote and signature of the president.
Framed in a black & gold color wood frame. Black suede and antique gold mat board.