Category Archives: Constitution

MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 3

The Christian Nature Of The American Experiment In the last post in this series, MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 2, we left off with a conundrum. For the sake of our souls, each of us must voluntarily take … Continue reading

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MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 1

The comments on OF TWISTED WORDS => SOCIAL CONTRACT took an unexpected twist. I received a very interesting response to these words at the tail end of this comment. When we have a choice between God and Caesar, for the sake of our salvation and … Continue reading

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OF TWISTED WORDS => SOCIAL CONTRACT

When I visited Wikipedia to see what they had to say about the expression “Social contract,” I discovered that the denizens there don’t seem too happy with their own article. Perhaps that is because the article makes it clear that the expression … Continue reading

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LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF WHAT? IS HAPPINESS JOY OR LAUGHTER?

The word “joy” occurs frequently in the Bible, but word “laughter” does not. Apparently, Christians should be joyful, but laughter poses a problem. We almost always share our joy with others, but too often we laugh at others instead of … Continue reading

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THE STATE OF THE UNRAVELING ON INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4, 2015

Article II., Section 3 of The United States Constitution says the following. He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and … Continue reading

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