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George Washington Trusted in Divine Providence

Written by on October 11, 2013 in Christian History, Founding Fathers, George Washington with 0 Comments
George Washington Trusted in Divine Providence

With the British continuing their build-up for a massive campaign in New York, General George Washington had to bow out of a speaking engagement before Officers and Soldiers of the Pennsylvania Associators [militia]. On August 8, 1776, General Washington communicated his regrets and a word of encouragement: “[T]there can be no doubt that success will […]

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New Separation of Church and State Video Course

New Separation of Church and State Video Course

New “Lost Episodes” about  Thomas Jefferson!  Now you, your family, and  friends can learn the truth about Thomas Jefferson and where “Separation of Church and State” actually came from.  This single phrase has had more affect on America than perhaps any other political idea in the last 75 years.  Purchase this excellent Lost Episodes course […]

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John Adams at First Continental Congress

John Adams at First Continental Congress

I want to take you back to the First Continental Congress that met at Carpenter’s Hall in Philadelphia during September of 1774 . Hello I am Tony Perkins, President of Family Research Council in Washington, DC. The members of the First Congress had assembled to discuss what to do about the latest injustices of the […]

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Was Harvard Ever a Christian College?

Written by on March 21, 2013 in Founding Fathers, Slider with 2 Comments
Was Harvard Ever a Christian College?

History of Harvard Puritan Foundation The history of Harvard University begins in 1630, when the Puritans settled Boston and immediately made plans for the establishment of a college to train ministers of the gospel. Harvard was officially born in 1636 and took up John 17:3 as its first goal: “And this is life eternal, that […]

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