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Listen January 23, 1800 Death of Signer, Edward Rutledge Edward Rutledge (November 23, 1749 – January 23, 1800) was an American politician and youngest signer of the United States Declaration of Independence. He later served as the 39th Governor of South Carolina. The brief biographical sketch of his life presented below is taken from the nineteenth-century work, Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence by Rev. Charles Goodrich. Article Contents * Click headings to navigate; click headings to return. A Thumbnail Sketch Related Articles Anchor Elements Article Notes and Sources...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenFor decades, evolutionists had argued that a child developing within the womb of his mother passed through stages of development that summarized the evolution of mankind, from fish-like creatures to the mature development of the human being. Evolutionists argued that, in the earliest stages of development within the womb, a child possessed physical features that were completely unnecessary to human development and only reflected stages through which the human race had passed in its evolutionary development. Such arguments were used for many decades by evolutionists when called upon to...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenLeaving the deism of his youth and the immorality it produced, Benjamin Franklin came to realize that the Calvinism of his youth was closer to reality than he had previously imagined. Though never fully returning to this theological tradition in which he was raised, he realized that human government must reflect God’s government of the world, and for this reason, secularists, atheists, agnostics, and the irreligious falsely attempt to lay claim to Franklin as one of their patron saints. This brief primary writing of Benjamin Franklin—though challenging—completely destroys...Read more... Read more... -->