The colonial writings reveal a world that has been forgotten by historians and political scientists. After twenty years of research on America’s forgotten origins, Professor Donald Lutz documents that the roots of America’s freedom and prosperity did not come from the Founding Fathers or the Constitution. He says, rather, that “local government in colonial America was the seedbed [roots] of American Constitutionalism.” Read more...

By the early 16th century thousands of Bibles were being printed on the new Gutenberg-style printing presses. Scholars at Cambridge University in England were spiritually and intellectually awakened as they read many of the newly discovered ancient Greek manuscripts of the New Testament brought to England by Erasmus from Holland. They would gather at the White Horse Tavern in Cambridge as they came to understand the profound differences between the Word of God and the corrupted traditions and doctrines of the Roman Church. These men included Thomas Cranmer, Nicholas Ridley, Hugh Latimer and a brilliant young scholar, William Tyndale.

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the great freedom charter

sept/oct 2018 journal

Tyrants have crushed the lives and liberties of people  throughout recorded history. But there is one  powerful, peaceful weapon that has defeated tyranny  over the centuries. Deployed by the people of England  on June 15, 1215, it turned the tide toward liberty.  That day one of Europe’s worst tyrants surrendered to  the people without a fight. The principles of this document  “have proved the most powerful obstacle to tyranny the  world has ever seen.”1 This event  was a turning point  for freedom in the world.

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march/april journal 2018

patrick of ireland - part 2

Patrick traveled Ireland for thirty years along primitive horse trails, aware that he might be killed at any time. He writes, “Daily, I expect murder, fraud or captivity, or whatever it may be; but I fear none of these things because of the promises of heaven. I have cast myself into the hands of God almighty who rules everywhere.”

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Patrick of ireland-part one

january/february journal 2018

Patrick of Ireland. Every year on March 17th we celebrate his life. Countless sons have been named after him. Innumerable churches bear his name as well. Parades in his honor march through the streets of great cities. But do we really know him? The truth is, very few people do. So, whether you do or not, permit me to tell his remarkable story...the greatest example in history of a man who won a nation without force of arms and transformed a society from chaos to here to read more

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