Calvin Coolidge said, “Men do not make laws. They do but discover them. Laws must be justified by something more than the will of the majority. They must rest on the eternal foundations of righteousness.” Was he right? The short answer is "yes." This essay is dedicated to helping you better see...
The conflict regarding religion in schools will never end so long as atheism is the reigning paradigm and religious free exercise is suppressed.
Is there a inherent conflict between religion and science in western civilization. This article challenges the "Conflict Theory" as a nineteenth-century fabrication.
In this second part of a two-part article, an overview of the Law of Moses is provided, along with a response to objections to using it as a basis for law today.
Much has been made of the Treaty of Tripoli and especially Article XI as historical evidence that America is not a Christian nation. If we consider that there is a difference between a nation and a government, along with the founder's narrow definition of religion, I conclude that using the...
Comparing Oliver Cromwell and King Charles I. The English Civil War changed world history. New Model Army, Round-heads. When Absolute Monarchy met Religious fundamentalism. A recipe for revolution.
The Supreme Court has heard a number of cases on whether or not religion in the classroom is constitutional. See a summary of their conclusions here.
This essay argues that the Wall of Separation between church and state first stated by Thomas Jefferson has no grounding in the Constitution and has led to the loss of religious freedom. Upon the advice of former Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the Wall of Separation principle should be abandoned.
Marxist, Communist, Socialist, Fascist and Nazi are some of the vicious names tossed like a garden salad. Super PACs, Politics, Social Issues and Religion, oh my.