For the History of It

William Tyndale – God’s Outlaw



September 30, 2013 · 5:41 pm

7 responses to “For the History of It

  1. The Christian Institute
    “Contending for the Faith II”
    William Tyndale (1494 – 1536) ~ Brian Edwards

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  2. “From Tyndale to Madison: How the Death of an English Martyr Led to the America Bill of Rights” By Michael Farris

  3. Publius Huldah
    “Where do Rights come from? God? The Constitution? The supreme Court? Or the “government”?” ~ PH
    Part 1

    Part 2

  4. The Declaration of Independence

    The Declaration of Independence
    Read by President John F. Kennedy ~ July 4, 1960

    “The Declaration’s True Meaning: All But Forgotten”
    By Alan Keyes ~ July 4, 2013

  5. “James Madison Rebukes Nullification Deniers” ~ Publius Huldah

    Nullification Articles by Publius Huldah

  6. Christian Apologetics – The Christian Institute
    “Contending for the Faith I” ~ Colin Hart
    Rational Age to its Negation.
    Common Law ~ Natural Law @ 1:11:00

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    Excerpted from Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s “Warning to the West.”

    At the present time it is widely accepted among lawyers that law is higher than morality – law is something which is worked out and developed, whereas morality is something inchoate and amorphous. That isn’t the case. The opposite is rather true! Morality is higher than law! While law is our human attempt to embody in rules a part of that moral sphere which is above us. We try to understand this morality, bring it down to earth and present it in a form of laws. Sometimes we are more successful, sometimes less. Sometimes you actually have a caricature of morality, but morality is always higher than law. This view must never be abandoned. We must accept it with heart and soul.

    “The Law of Nations or the Principles of Natural Law (1758)
    ~ Emmerich de Vattel