Until 1947 and following, the Christian religion exercised considerable influence upon the school children of America. In fact, a thorough study of the history of American education will reveal that from the very beginning of English colonization, Bible reading and prayer was an important part of the classroom. The personal writings and official government proceedings of the colonial era through the middle of the twentieth century clearly indicate that America's Founding Fathers never intended for the Christian faith to be pushed from America's classroom or from the public arena in general. Bible as a Schoolbook Dr. Benjamin RushDr. Benjamin Rush was one of three of the most important Founding Fathers—the other two being George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Dr. Rush was one of the most deeply committed evangelical leaders of the Founders and exercised considerable influence upon American life prior to and following the American Revolution. In his essay, A Defense of the Use of the Bible as a Schoolbook, Dr. Rush addressed his thoughts on this important matter to Rev. Jeremy Belknap, of Boston. To truly understand how important this matter was to one of the most important Founding Fathers, you too will also wish to read Dr. Rush's essay, A Defense of the Use of the Bible as a Schoolbook.Bible as a Schoolbook Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna.Bible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookBible as a SchoolbookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLink

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On February 29, 1892, The Supreme Court declared (in Holy Trinity v. United States) that the historical record of America overwhelmingly demonstrated that the United States "... is a Christian nation." Contrary to this historical and legal record, judges throughout the end of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first centuries have repeatedly ruled against the place that Christianity has enjoyed in American life. Rather than render decisions consistent with the legal foundation of America, activist judges have taken it upon themselves to attempt to establish a new foundation for American law—that being the subjective opinions of liberal activist judges. Thousands of pieces of evidence exist that demonstrate that America was founded as a Christian nation, and Holy Trinity v. United States is only one of the many pieces of that mosaic.Dealing with America's early history, Justice David Brewer identifies America's Christian origin in detail. Few Americans are aware that the Supreme Court ruled well in advance concerning America's Christian heritage and the relationship which the Christian Faith sustained to the nations' legal foundation. Share a copy of this important ruling with a friend or family member today. NOTE: Sold at Amazon. Paperback: 47 pages

On February 29, 1892, The Supreme Court declared (in Holy Trinity v. United States) that the historical record of America overwhelmingly demonstrated that the United States "... is a Christian natio

For more than a century, Edward McKendree Bounds (August 15, 1835 – August 24, 1913)—generally referred to as E. M. Bounds—has been one of the most highly read authors on the subject of prayer. His books have been read and treasured by thousands of ministers and laymen alike. Unimpressed by novel principles and practices, Edward urged the American Church in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries to resist the liberalism that was sweeping the nation under the guise of Darwinism and embrace the simple truth of the claims of the Gospel.The work reprinted in this volume was the first of his books on prayer to be published in his lifetime. It was originally printed as Preacher and Prayer in 1907, but was subsequently retitled as Power Through Prayer. Together with a biographical introduction, it is printed in its entirety in the following pages and sent to press with the hope that the life and legacy of one of God's most faithful ministers might be extended to further glorify the Lord whom he so faithfully served. NOTE: Sold at Amazon. Please email us concerning bulk prices.

For more than a century, Edward McKendree Bounds (August 15, 1835 – August 24, 1913)—generally referred to as E. M. Bounds—has been one of the most highly read authors on the subject of prayer. His

Throughout the twentieth century, the secular and irreligious forces that helped to produce the ravages around the world have been steadily and aggressively at work eroding America's religious and cultural foundations. Groups, such as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), that have arisen out of atheistic Communism have succeeded in cheating America out of the greatest national heritage the world has ever known. But, the historical record is teeming with evidence that refutes the uninformed opinions of liberal judges who have kowtowed to these irreligious anti-American groups.In his media presentation, The Truth About America's Christian Origin, Dr. Stephen Flick—founder of Christian Heritage Fellowship, Inc.—demonstrates how America was Christian from its inception. Relying upon historical documentation, Dr. Flick demonstrates how America's Founding Fathers sought to influence their nation with the Christian principles that they believed alone could make a nation great. Refuting the misinformation of secularists that have characterized Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and others as "deists," Dr. Flick provides primary evidence from the writings of the Founders of their commitment to the principles of Christianity. The facts exhibited in this presentation will never again allow members of the audience to believe that America was founded as a secular nation, but was established as the Founding Fathers intended—as a Christian nation. To schedule a presentation of The Truth About America's Christian Origin at your business, church, conference, or other gathering, please navigate to the speaker request form by clicking the button below. Or, simply email us using the following form: Contact Us.Schedule Speaker

Throughout the twentieth century, the secular and irreligious forces that helped to produce the ravages around the world have been steadily and aggressively at work eroding America's religious and c

In the twenty-first century, many of the influences of the Christian faith have been obscured and belittled by secular and irreligious forces. Among the many arenas of cultural disagreement between Christians and non-Christians is the observance of holidays. For decades, Christmas—one of the most sacred seasons on the Christian calendar—has been one of the numerous arenas of conflict. Few recognize that the cultural icon of Santa Claus is one of the many, many influences of Christianity upon the Christmas season. St. NicholasSt. Nicholas—How a Christian Pastor Became Santa Claus sketches the transformation of the legacy of a Christian pastor—Nicholas of Myra—into the fictitious Santa Claus. Though his life was historically celebrated on December 6, the caricature of Santa Claus has come to supplant the real purpose of Christmas—the birth of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. Following the historical transformation of Nicholas into Santa Claus, readers are invited to return to an appreciation of the true life of Nicholas and the Lord whom he served.St. Nicholas Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna. St. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasSt. NicholasChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLink

In the twenty-first century, many of the influences of the Christian faith have been obscured and belittled by secular and irreligious forces. Among the many arenas of cultural disagreement between

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