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Christmas is the Story of Christ

Guest essay by the Christian Law Association Is Christ Being Discriminated Against at Christmas? It is important for all Christians to understand that the United States Supreme Court has never said that governments, schools, or private businesses must eliminate the religious aspects of a cultural holiday like Christmas. Instead, the Court has held that the […]

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My Country, ‘tis of Thee

Guest essay by Christian Law Association This patriotic hymn was written by Samuel Francis Smith, a native Bostonian, born on October 21, 1808. After attending Boston Latin School, he enrolled in Harvard, then attended Andover Seminary. While there, Samuel became fascinated by the work of Adoniram Judson, known as America’s first missionary, and he developed […]

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My Country, ‘tis of Thee

Guest essay by Christian Law Association This patriotic hymn was written by Samuel Francis Smith, a native Bostonian, born on October 21, 1808. After attending Boston Latin School, he enrolled in Harvard, then attended Andover Seminary. While there, Samuel became fascinated by the work of Adoniram Judson, known as America’s first missionary, and he developed […]

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Christmas—God’s Gift of Salvation

The Real Majority It is generally recognized that 96% of Americans celebrate Christmas.  For one wondrous season, the overwhelming majority of people in the most powerful nation on earth pause to recognize God’s most precious gift to the world—His only Son, a baby sent to earth and born to die for our sins.  Granted, not […]

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