A short history of the Petticoat Affair (also known as the Petticoat War), which involved Peggy Eaton, President Andrew Jackson, John Eaton, and the wives of Washington in 1828.
A Process and Outcome Evaluation of a Faith-based Social Service Program by Matt Anselmi and James Griffith Phd Although the outstretched hand of the poor remains the same yesterday as today, the faces of those who strive to fill those hands...
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.
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...
President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II performed the welcome task of eliminating communism as a superpower from the Western world.
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.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is often an outspoken critic of the British government which has led to shouts of hypocrisy.
There has been an concerted effort to rewrite history and to present America as secular nation. This article details the Christian nature of America from the Pilgrim's to the founding fathers and beyond.
In Gareth Morgan’s book Images of Organization, he discusses the use of metaphors as “a way of thinking and a way of seeing that pervade how we understand our world generally” (2006, pg. 4).
Baphomet - an idol or other deity that the Knights Templar were accused of worshiping, and that subsequently was incorporated into disparate occult and mystical traditions.