Tag Archives: U.S. Constitution

Jesus and the Fifth Amendment – falsely condemned by his own words

Having your words twisted and used against you hurts. It especially hurts when coming from those you are trying to help. Unjust Accusers Jesus stood trial before people who had been aching for the chance to get him out of … Continue reading

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The United States Has Never Been a Christian Nation – a 4th of July post

[Updated from the archives.] Happy Birthday, America! Today marks 241 years since the Second Continental Congress gathered in Philadelphia to draft and sign the Declaration of Independence. To commemorate the day, let’s remember this: The United States is not now and never … Continue reading

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Slavery Caused the Civil War – a post to commemorate the Battle of Gettysburg

[The Battle of Gettysburg was fought over a three day period, July 1 to July 3, 1863. Today marks the 153rd anniversary of the battle, and I offer this post from the archives to remember that the war was first … Continue reading

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Why America Has Never Been A Christian Nation

[Updated from the archives.] Happy Birthday, America! Monday marks 240 years since the Second Continental Congress gathered in Philadelphia to draft and sign the Declaration of Independence. To commemorate the day, let’s remember this: The United States is not now and never … Continue reading

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America Is Not A Christian Nation

Today marks the 228th birthday of the United States Constitution. Happy Constitution Day! I hope you bought enough candles for the cake. To commemorate the day, let’s remember this: The United States is not now and never has been a Christian … Continue reading

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