Monthly Archives: August 2012

A. J. MacDonald, Jr. on Politics [VIDEO]

The current political situation: America in Crisis Continue reading

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Christianity and Law

Moral liberty, as we have seen, finds its limitations in law. The aspects of law are manifold. In general: by law is meant a constant manner of being and of acting. This manner of acting is either necessary or free, according to the nature of different beings. Thus we have the first division of law into physical and moral… Continue reading

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Originally posted on Mark Dankof's America:
    Mark Dankof: When Will Ron Paul "Find It" and Take the Gloves Off?        Ralph Reed has re-emerged from the sewer again, in sponsoring the “Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference” this…

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Pastor Mark Dankof in the 1990s. [Pastor Mark Dankof’s address to the National Convention of the Lutheran Ministerium and Synod—USA in Chetek, Wisconsin on June 23rd, 2012 is entitled, “The Famine, The Watchman…

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Joshua Casteel: “To Love One’s Enemies” [VIDEO]

See: http://www.ivaw.org/blog/remembering-joshua-casteel

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Originally posted on Mark Dankof's America:
     Mark Dankof in University of Texas/Austin colors on a frigid day in northern Idaho. November, 2010.              For my readers and broadcast listeners worldwide:        I was…

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Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?

Prochoice? Satan, Evil, Ugliness, Lies.
Prolife? God, Goodness, Beauty, Truth.
Unjust Wars? Satan, Evil, Lies, Ugliness.
Peace? God, Goodness, True, Beautiful.
Democrat? Satan, Evil, Ugliness, Lies.
Republican? Satan, Evil, Ugliness, Lies.
Pro-Christ? God, Goodness, True, Beautiful.
Anti-Christ? Satan, Evil, Ugliness, Lies.
Marriage? God, Goodness, Beauty, Truth.
Homosex? Satan, Evil, Ugliness, Lies. Continue reading

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Christianity and Liberty

The Church has made the highest proclamation of the highest liberty – religious liberty – through the martyrdom of countless sons and daughters of hers. Martyrdom is the declaration of the most sacred rights of humankind, written in blood. The army of Christian martyrs is a heroic defense of freedom. Continue reading

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Christianity and the Law

Physical law is the manner of acting of beings devoid of reason. Their actions are necessary. The following are examples of physical laws: Bodies fall toward the center of the earth; fire burns; water wets. The moral law regulates, instead, the actions of rational and hence free beings, like human beings or people. Moral laws, for example, are those that oblige people to honor God, to respect his parents, to speak the truth, etc. Continue reading

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Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence

Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence (I conjure you to believe me, fellow-citizens) the jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government. But that jealousy to be useful must be… Continue reading

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