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Sunday August 30th 2015

‘Called Unto Liberty’

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 [...]

Ezra Taft Benson—America: What of the Future?

Ezra Taft Benson—America: What of the Future?

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, EZRA TAFT BENSON April 1952 With you I love this land in which we live. I am proud of our heritage; I am grateful for the American tradition; I am thankful that the Lord has given through his prophets information regarding this great nation. ... ... I never travel across this great land and [...]

Author of Liberty or Not?

Author of Liberty or Not?

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Is God the author of liberty, or not? A valid, and need I say, vital question. But in this age of secularism, humanism, and socialism, just try mixing God and government in the same breath and get ready for the snickers, sneers, hisses, and guffaws for daring to exercise one’s free speech as regards [...]

The Constitution is a Part of My Religion—J. Reuben Clark Jr.

The Constitution is a Part of My Religion—J. Reuben Clark Jr.

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, J. REUBEN CLARK, JR. As I have said to you before, so I say again, the Constitution of the United States is a great and treasured part of my religion, and the revelations of the Lord and the words of our inspired leaders compel it to be so. The overturning, or the material changing, or the [...]

Cicero: One Law for All

Cicero: One Law for All

DAILY DABBLE IN THE CLASSICS, CICERO Cicero (106-43 BC) In the last years of the Roman Republic, Marcus Tullius Cicero, penned his dialogue De Legibus (On the Laws). Regarding the Nature of Man, of Justice, of Right, of True Law and of the Framer and Proposer of this Law, Cicero testified: Of all these things respecting which learned men [...]

David O. McKay: Our Paramount Duty

David O. McKay: Our Paramount Duty

David O. McKay Copyright: Public Domain CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, DAVID O. MCKAY In these days of uncertainty and unrest, liberty-loving people’s greatest responsibility and paramount duty is to preserve and proclaim the freedom of the individual, his relationship to Deity, and the necessity of obedience to the [...]

John Tucker: An Election Sermon

John Tucker: An Election Sermon

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, FOUNDING ERA SERMONS: JOHN TUCKER Boston 1771 Editor's Note English colonists in America began living under local government based upon the consent of the majority before John Locke was born, and by the time he wrote his Second Treatise they had evolved most of the institutions and practices that Locke’s theory [...]

Free Forever, to Act for Themselves

Free Forever, to Act for Themselves

Photo credit: © 2014 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 21ST CENTURY SERMONS, D. TODD CHRISTOFFERSON October 2014 When things turn bad, there is a tendency to blame others or even God. Sometimes a sense of entitlement arises, and individuals or groups try to shift responsibility for their welfare to other [...]

Milk-and-Water Allegiance Kills—John A. Widtsoe

Milk-and-Water Allegiance Kills—John A. Widtsoe

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, JOHN A. WIDTSOE 1941 A milk-and-water allegiance kills; while a passionate devotion gives life and soul to any cause and its adherents. The troubles of the world may largely be laid at the doors of those who are neither hot nor cold; who always follow the line of least resistance; whose timid hearts [...]

Ignorance Of Scripture Could Be Hazardous To Your Liberty

Ignorance Of Scripture Could Be Hazardous To Your Liberty

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 21ST CENTURY SERMONS By Francis J. Manion, ACLJ On October 1st, I had the privilege of defending Mr. George Krail, of Burlington County, New Jersey in a trial in Cherry Hill New Jersey Municipal Court. Cherry Hill, a prosperous stretch of post-World War II suburban sprawl that buried the once blooming orchards of South [...]

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