This is a picture of the White House East State Dining Room I took while on a tour of the presidential mansion with my wife on September 30th, 2017. We were doing the tourist thing in Washington D.C. but we weren’t just paying attention to the monuments and buildings. We were looking for as many … More What Does a Fireplace Have to do With America’s Faith Heritage?
The next time someone tells you the Christian faith, this nation’s founding and its form of government had nothing to do with each other just tell him to take a trip to Washington D.C., and be prepared for a shock! For instance, let’s start at the National Archives building. It’s the repository where any document … More The Christian Faith & Our Nation’s Founding
In English history no document has been as much of a foundation to civil rights as the Magna Carta. Archbishop Stephen Langton [English Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church], a man so holy it was said he put all Rome to shame, was the document’s main architect. At stake were issues of importance to both … More Great Charter for England
Ask any Christian if they care about and want the very best for their neighbor and you’ll always get a hearty “Why yes! After all I’m a Christian.” It’s a nice sentiment isn’t it? But why is it sometimes just that, a sentiment? Remember how the Pharisees tried to trick Christ into speaking treason against … More The Christian Duty to Vote
True Christians were working to end slavery in the American colonies long before the Revolutionary War. For instance, few know of the account when a slave ship arrived in Massachusetts Colony that its captain and crew were arrested and imprisoned by the Christian Pilgrims and Puritans and their kidnapped slaves were returned to Africa at … More Christians Seeking to End Slavery in America vs. The Democrat Party