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Unsung Clergy of the American Revolution

Military Service, Role of Pastors

The role of clergy in the American Revolution has been grossly underreported by most historians. However, the influence of Christian pastors upon the rise and progress of the Revolution was perhaps the most fundamental force toward American independence and was memorialized by the great school-master of America, Noah Webster, who recounted this fact in a private letter dated October 25, 1836, in which he writes: Unsung Clergy of the American Revolution Joel Tyler Headley Audio Player Your browser does not support the audio element IntroductionUnsung Clergy of the American Revolution The role...Read more... Read more... -->

Eye-Witness to America’s First Struggle for Liberty

Historical, Products

$6 @ Amazon Store 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. April 19, 1775 First Battles of American Revolution But around the world, Darwinism has been the primary cause of human suffering since Darwin’s Origin of Species made its appearance in 1859....Read more... Read more... -->

Jonas Clarke—The Pastor Who Fired the Shot Heard Around the World

American History

April 19, 1775 Battles of Lexington and Concord, first military engagements of the Revolutionary War He was the pastor of the town where the first armed conflict occurred in the bid for American independence. On April 19, 1775, American blood was first shed at Lexington Green in Massachusetts. The biblical principles of freedom which he and other pastors throughout the American colonies advocated were motivating causes of liberty. For this reason, Jonas Clark may rightly be known as the pastor who fired the shot heard around the world. Jonas Clark Article Contents * Click headings to...Read more... Read more... -->

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"...In times of impending calamity and distress; when the liberties of America are imminently endangered by the secret machinations and open assaults of an insidious and vindictive administration, it becomes the indispensable duty of these hitherto free and happy colonies, with true penitence of heart, and the most reverent devotion, publicly to acknowledge the over ruling providence of God; to confess and deplore our offenses against him; and to supplicate his interposition for averting the threatened danger, and prospering our strenuous efforts in the cause of freedom, virtue, and posterity..."
– Congressional Prayer Proclamation
Journals of Congress, 4:208-209.
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