Tag Archives: First Amendment

Do Not Respond

Sometimes I have an idea pop into my head that is so brilliant, I amaze myself. Many years ago while serving in the Navy and stationed in South Carolina, I bought a house in a rural area that was served … Continue reading

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Book Review: Real Threat and Mere Shadow: Religious Liberty and the First Amendment

I don’t remember when I have finished reading a book and felt like I learned as much as I learned from this incredible book. As far as I can find, Daniel Dreisbach is a little known author who has written about … Continue reading

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Book Review: ORIGINAL INTENT: The Courts, The Constitution and Religion

I do not recall the last time I enjoyed a book as much as this one. Mr. Barton’s painstaking research is evident throughout this magnificent work. I am one of those book destroyers who make personal notations in the margins … Continue reading

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Book Review: THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE WALL OF SEPARATION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE

I believe Daniel Dreisbach, assistant professor in the Department of Justice, Law and Society at American University, is perhaps the single most underrated American historian today. Though this book, THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE WALL OF SEPARATION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE is far … Continue reading

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An Exegetical Look at the Establishment Clause

Sometimes in the course of human events, it becomes necessary to muddle through the confusion and reveal the basic premise of an object. Such is the case with the First Amendment of the U. S. Bill of Rights, and more … Continue reading

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