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Patrick of Ireland—Part 2

Guest essay by Marshall Foster When Patrick first came to Ireland he had been brutally kidnapped and sold into slavery. He returned to Ireland not as a slave, but as a liberator. This simple event “had the most extraordinary, most far-reaching effect. It changed the face of the nation, and utterly changed the nation’s destiny. […]

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Patrick of Ireland—Part 1

Guest essay by Marshall Foster Patrick of Ireland. Every year on March 17th we celebrate his life. Countless sons have been named after him. Innumerable churches bear his name as well. Parades in his honor march through the streets of great cities. But do we really know him? The truth is, very few people do. […]

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Our Moment in History

Guest essay by Marshall Foster In moments of imminent danger facing our nation, American believers, with faith in Almighty God, have been the light and hope of our republic. Thankfully, our American Founders were not like the atheist leaders of the French Revolution who drowned the Christian leaders of France by the thousands in the […]

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Choose Carefully in 2016—Freedom or Tyranny

Guest essay by Marshall Foster Ronald Reagan’s timeless analysis given decades ago is more relevant today than ever before. He said, “This is the issue of this election: whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capitol can […]

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