Defending the Judeo-Christian Ethic, Limited Government, & the American Constitution
Monday December 22nd 2014

‘Called Unto Liberty’

The Proper Role of Government—Ezra Taft Benson

The Proper Role of Government—Ezra Taft Benson

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, EZRA TAFT BENSON 1976 During this historic celebration of our nation’s Bicentennial, it seems appropriate to say something about the principles, functions, and role of government which these Founding Fathers established. I am humbly grateful to God for the blessings we all enjoy as citizens of [...]

Wolfboy and Princess Cupcake: The Complementarity of the Sexes

Wolfboy and Princess Cupcake: The Complementarity of the Sexes

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES Ecumenism at its best was recently demonstrated at the Vatican, where dozens of faith leaders worldwide assembled to remind us of the essential complementarity of men and women in life, marriage, and parenthood. It was enough to prompt a high-five between Pope Francis and evangelical pastor James [...]

A Written Bill of Rights—Dallin H. Oaks

A Written Bill of Rights—Dallin H. Oaks

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, DALLIN H. OAKS 1992 In his address, The Divinely Inspired Constitution, Dallin H. Oaks remarked concerning the written Bill of Rights within the U.S. Constitution: This second great fundamental came by amendment, but I think Americans all look upon the Bill of Rights as part of the inspired work of [...]

The American Vine: A Sermon—Jacob Duché

The American Vine: A Sermon—Jacob Duché

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, FOUNDING ERA SERMONS July 20, 1775 Preached in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, before the Honourable Continental Congress, July 20, 1775. Being the Day Recommended by Them for a General Fast throughout the United English Colonies of America. THE AMERICAN VINE: A SERMON Psalm 80, Verse 14 Return, We Beseech Thee, [...]

Right and Wrong, Not Right and Left—Clarence Manion

Right and Wrong, Not Right and Left—Clarence Manion

THE AMERICANIST, MORAL FOUNDATIONS: CLARENCE E. MANION Source: The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty, July 01, 1963 I have almost lost faith in se­mantics, and if I can spell out the word very carefully, let me say that I am just about at the point of being anti-semantic. How, for example, did our se­manticists ever get us divided between [...]

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