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Congress Seeks to Ban Irreligion
For more than a century, irreligion in its various forms have falsely claimed that America was not founded as a Christian nation. Nothing, however, could be further from the facts of history, which clearly indicate the Christian origin of America. From the granting of the First Charter of Virginia by King James I on April 10, 1606, the charters of the Thirteen Colonies and subsequent state constitutions all acknowledged dependence upon the Christian religion. Click to read the entire article… March 11, 1780 Congress seeks to ban “irreligion” Official state papers from the...Read more... Read more... -->
American History, Christian History, Christian Witness, Social Theology
March, 1616 Rev. Alexander Whitaker drowned while crossing the James River President John Adams indicated that four colonial pastors were responsible for the ideas that birthed the American Republic. The influence of pastors upon the life and development of America, and nations around the globe, is routinely neglected by the irreligious who seek to advance their agenda of secular intolerance against America’s Christian heritage. Companies, organizations, and institutions routinely erase pivotal information explaining the influence of Christianity upon the rise and development of...Read more... Read more... -->
America’s Bishop: Francis Asbury
Christian Biography, Christian History, Christian Living, Denominations & Sects of the Church, Methodist churches
March 31, 1816 Death of Francis Asbury Francis Asbury (August 20, 1745 – March 31, 1816) is remembered most for the leadership he provided to early American Methodism. Asbury must not be associated with the theologians of Methodism. Like Jabez Bunting among the British Wesleyan Methodists, Asbury was a great churchman within the American Methodist Episcopal Church. He was one of the first two general superintendents or bishops of American Methodism and was said to be more widely known than General George Washington. Because of great men of God, America became a great nation, and if...Read more... Read more... -->