It may be argued that the American colonial clergy were the leading influence for American independence. The Protestant Reformation of the authority of Scripture and the priesthood of all believers gave rise to republican governments in lands were the influence of the Reformers took firm hold. In America, the authority of Scripture was often unopposed by church councils or any single church authority. As the influence of the Reformers spread, the role of monarchs was diminished or replaced by republican forms of government, and in the American colonies, ministers were the primary advocates of republican government.
The lives and legacies of stalwart pastors who advocated the principles of biblical republicanism and divinely bestowed inalienable rights are recounted in the pages of this volume. Should America recover its former glory and goodness, it will do so upon the shoulders of the biblical principles advocated throughout her thirteen colonies by her pastors.
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Slavery and the Founding of America
Historical | Products | Uncategorized
The cudgel most frequently used against the moral integrity of America’s Founding Fathers by Marxists and adherents of the Left is the issue of slavery. In an attempt to completely denounce any measure of credibility in the Founders, revisionist historians have advanced a false narrative of America’s exceptional record concerning this important issue. With the West and the biblical foundation upon which Western civilization was established, America rose as a leading voice again slavery. Contrary to the claims of the Marxist Black Lives MatteRead more...
The Supreme Court Declares America a Christian Nation: Booklet
American History | Historical | Products
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 Read more...
A Defense of the Bible as a Schoolbook
Biblical | Historical | Products
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 AmericaRead more...
Media Presentation: Slavery and the Founding of America
The attack against the legitimacy of America's origin and government began in the first decades of the twentieth century. One of the means of attack against America and its Founders has been the issue of slavery. Marxists and the Left have argued that America was racist from its inception, and for this reason must be dismantled and replaced with a form of socialism that is allowed to mutate into Marxist communism. In his media presentation, Slavery and the Founding of America, Dr. Stephen Flick rehearses the historical facts which demonstrRead more...
Power Through Prayer
Biblical | Historical | Products
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 GospeRead more...
Should Christians Always Submit to the Government?
Historical | Products | Role of Pastors
For more than a century, irreligious forces have assailed America's Christian heritage with defiant resolve. Ironically, their success has been achieved upon the back of an indifferent American church. Many Bible-believing pastors have advanced the myth that America was not founded upon Judaeo-Christianity. Tragically, church leaders have failed to rehearse to their congregations the vital roles the clergy and the church occupied in the birth of the American Republic. But pastors in mid-eighteenth century America believed that what ScripturRead more...