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Founding Father says: God’s law trumps all human laws

Founding Father says: God’s law trumps all human laws

Founding Father Rufus King was born on March 24, 1755. A graduate of Harvard, King became a lawyer, a member of the Continental Congress, and served as an aide to General Sullivan during the Revolutionary War. At 32 years old, King became the youngest signer of the United States Constitution. Later he served as a […]

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Patrick Henry: Give Me Liberty of Give Me Death

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Patrick Henry: Give Me Liberty of Give Me Death

On March 23, 1775, the Second Virginia Convention had convened at St. John’s Church in Richmond, away from the watchful eye of the Loyalist Governor. They had assembled to consider some weighty matters concerning the British tyranny and oppression of the King of England.  A thirty-nine year old delegate from Hanover County named Patrick Henry […]

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The American Indian “Chanco”

The American Indian “Chanco”

On March 22, 1622, a young native and recent convert to Christianity was able to warn the Jamestown colony of an impending Indian attack.  Historian Robert Howison records: “A young Indian convert named Chanco lived with Richard Pace, and was treated by him with all the tenderness of a son. The brother of this native […]

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George Washington’s Faithful Church Attendance

George Washington’s Faithful Church Attendance

On Sunday, March 21, 1790, President George Washington welcomed Thomas Jefferson as America’s First Secretary of State. Yet what the history books don’t tell us is that this happened after church on Sunday. Washington recorded in his diary as follows: “Went to St. Paul’s Chappel in the forenoon – wrote private letters in the afternoon. […]

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