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Listen May 11, 1816 President of Congress elected first President of American Bible Society John Jay Elias Boudinot had been an American patriot, lawyer, and politician who had served as President of the Continental Congress. Though state and local Bible societies had existed as early as 1808, Elias Boudinot possessed a vision for a Bible society that was broader in scope, and in a letter to William Jay, the son of John Jay, America’s first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Boudinot helped to lay the plans for what was to become the American Bible Society. More than a month after...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen May 12, 1779 George Washington commends Christianity to Delaware chiefs That America was founded upon Christian principles is a matter of historical record, but for most of the last century, secularists have been attempting to rewrite American history to exclude the facts that relate the Christian influence behind the origin and development of the United States. One of the many forms of attack against the true history of America is often against the personal Christian commitments of America’s Founding Fathers. Frequently, the Founding Fathers are called...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen March 10, 1791 Founding Father argues for use of Bible in schools On April 19, 1813, Dr. Benjamin Rush — one of America’s Founding Fathers — passed into eternity at the age of sixty-seven. Along with George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Rush was regarded as one of the three most important Founding Fathers of America. Though secularists incorrectly take advantage of Benjamin Franklin’s and Thomas Jefferson’s alleged rejection of Christianity, there is no opportunity for misinterpretation concerning one of the godliest and most deeply dedicated...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenThe week of Thanksgiving in America has been designated as National Bible Week. As is the case for nearly all national celebrations, the historical facts demonstrate that America’s origin was not secular but sacred—and National Bible Week is no exception to this rule. Click to read the entire article… December 12, 1808 Founders convene first Bible Society in America Despite the fact that America was founded and maintained as a Christian nation from its inception until the middle of the twentieth century, the fallacy that America was founded as a secular nation persists and was...Read more... Read more... -->