Throughout the twentieth century, the true Christian origin of America has been eroded by Darwinists, Marxists, and the irreligious. Mountains of evidence exist that prove America was founded upon the biblical principles of the Christian Faith. And, it was this Christian foundation that quickly fashioned America into a moral, economic, cultural, and military global leader.
But around the world, Darwinism has been the primary cause of human suffering since Darwin’s Origin of Species made its appearance in 1859. Co-opting the “teeth and talons” of the Origin of Species, Karl Marx and his disciples have employed Darwin’s godless conception of “might is right” in defense of their cosmology. What most have failed to realize is that Marxists completely lose their right of moral voice because they embrace Darwinian “whoever is the strongest” philosophy. For this reason, Marxist Black Lives Matter followers lose their right to say any slave-holder was morally corrupt to own slaves. After all, if a slave-holder has the “might” to hold slaves, then—according to Darwin and Marx—they have the “right”! Because of their Marxist “might is right” philosophy, Black Lives Matter followers endorse slavery!
But in fact, America was founded upon the principles of Christianity. President John Adams stated, “The general principles, on which the Fathers achieved Independence, were the only principles in which, that beautiful assembly of young gentlemen could unite, and these principles only could be intended by them in their address, or by me in my answer. And, what were these general principles? I answer, the general principles of Christianity…” (The Adams-Jefferson Letters, 339-340).
More specifically, Christian pastors, employing principles of liberty, shaped colonial America’s understanding of biblical republican government. A direct result of Bible translation into vernacular languages was the application of biblical principles to all of life, and government was not absolved from this consideration.
Contained in this booklet are accounts of America’s first battles for freedom—the Battles of Lexington and Concord—and a biblical justification for the Revolution as presented in a sermon by the pastor of Christ Church in Lexington. Rev. Jonas Clarke, witness of the Battle of Lexington, published his accounts of the Battles of Lexington and Concord and provided a sermon justifying the right to resist tyranny. Contained herein is a small portion of America’s true Christian heritage…
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