Tag Archives: Founding Fathers

The Constitution Emphasizes God-given Limits to “Just” Political Power

America’s constitutional republic lies on the singular belief that the ultimate source for political authority is God, not man, which enables and makes possible democracy and just rule. Contrary to popular assumption, the God of the Bible did not establish … Continue reading

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Hope for Redistributional Change: Change a “Flawed” Constitution

In 2004, comedian Jay Leno quipped, They keep talking about drafting a Constitution for Iraq. Why don’t we just give them ours? It was written by a lot of really smart guys, it’s worked for over 200 years, and [heck], … Continue reading

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Because of Christians, America Isn’t a Theocracy

Most Americans may not realize the biblical roots of Constitutional law that actually protect them from being subject to a theocracy. Biblical principles are rooted in freedom, not coercion. And freedom and independence are predicated on the reality that moral … Continue reading

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