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John Morton

John Morton

American Christianity, April Articles, Christian Calendar, Christian History, Signers of Declaration of Independence

April 1, 1777 Death of Signer, John Morton John Morton (1725 – April 1, 1777) was a farmer, surveyor, and jurist from the Province of Pennsylvania. As a delegate to the Continental Congress during the American Revolution, he provided the swing vote that allowed Pennsylvania to vote in favor of the United States Declaration of...Read more... Read more...

Button Gwinnett

Button Gwinnett

American Christianity, Christian Calendar, Christian History, May Articles, Signers of Declaration of Independence

Button Gwinnett (1735 – May 19 or 27, 1777) was an British-born American political leader who, as a representative of Georgia to the Continental Congress, was the second of the signatories (first signature on the left) on the United States Declaration of Independence. He was also, briefly, the provisional president of Georgia in 1777, and Gwinnett County (now a major suburb of...Read more... Read more...

March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting Proclamation

March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting Proclamation

American Christianity, Christian Calendar, Christian History, March Articles

This post is part of the series: When Congress Asked America to Fast, Pray, and Give Thanks to God March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 7, 1778: Fourth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 11, 1780: Sixth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 20, 1781: Seventh Congressional Fasting Proclamation...Read more... Read more...

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

Christian Calendar, Christian Witness, March, Social Theology

In 461, Patrick passed from this life. Tradition suggests his body was placed upon a wagon to which were harnessed two young unbroken bullocks which were allowed to wonder about. Where they stopped, at Dun-Lethglaisse (now known as Downpatrick), there Patrick was buried. Later, a church was built above his grave, and like many Christian leaders, he was venerated and worshiped by other...Read more... Read more...

Patrick Was a Christian Missionary

Patrick Was a Christian Missionary

Christian Calendar, Christian History, Christian Living, March Articles

Like St. Nicholas, St. Patrick is more readily known through the lens of contrived folklore than through what may more accurately be determined concerning his life and ministry. Accompanying the expansion of Christianity was a desire to demonstrate the superiority of the Christian faith to an unbelieving world. Often nominal Christians developed stories about the heroes of Christianity...Read more... Read more...

March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation

March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation

American Christianity, March Articles

This post is part of the series: When Congress Asked America to Fast, Pray, and Give Thanks to God March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 7, 1778: Fourth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 11, 1780: Sixth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 20, 1781: Seventh Congressional Fasting Proclamation...Read more... Read more...