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Currently, the Republican Party in the U.S. is considering rewriting the Constitution to officially make America a Christian nation. If this happened, this country would go back to the 1700's when a king told the citizens they HAD to worship a certain way and in one church. The people then hid and worshipped the way they wanted. To dismantle the Constitution brings us back in a time when people fled Europe to come to a new country where anyone could come here and worship any way they chose, without persecution.
Contrary to popular belief today, the founding fathers of America were in fact not Christians but Deists and Universalists. Yes, they believed in God but they did not believe in the Bible as the word of God. nor in miracles, nor in God's influence on mankind while on Earth.
Judy Sellins and Dave Turco will set the record straight about America's early history and what the founders really believed, including Jefferson, Washington, Adams, Madison, and Franklin and later Lincoln. The facts will astound you!
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This week's topic is “Religious Beliefs of the Founding Fathers”.
The links/references referred to in this show are listed below.
http://www.wallbuilders.com/libissuesarticles.asp?id=8755 – “…A Few Declarations of Founding Fathers and Early Statesmen on Jesus, Christianity, and the Bible…”
Join World Footprints as we explore American History through the voices and houses of the country's Founding Fathers with award-winning author Myron Magnet. In his book, The Founders at Home: The Building of America, 1735 - 1817, Magnet says that among all of our founders accomplishments the American Revolution has been the country's only enduring success. We are also going to review American History from another angle--America's Whiskey Trail. Saturday Evening Post contributor Todd Pitock will take us to the birth places of America's native spirit. Finally, we will revisit our coverage of the Sochi Paralympic Games with a post script segment. You will meet another favorite of the Games when we introduce two-time Silver Medalist Mark Bathum and his guide Cade Yamamoto. Mark and Cade won their medals in the Men's Super G and Super Combined Alpine events for the visually impaired.
We would love all of you armchair, keyboard warriors to call in and voice your feelings on how it is un-Patriotic to stand shoulder to shoulder with other Americans that love their country and speak out against our laws founded on the Constitution of the USA being changed by muslims. Also talking about what went on at the rally in Austin. Talking about our Founding Fathers and what they stood for (because apparently many of you have either not read your history books, or learned history in a Common Core classroom). We will also be sharing many "facts" (not opinion) about the organization CAIR and those that work under it. Phone lines will open at 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. Call in and speak out. Use your Freedom of Speech.
PATRIOT JESUIT JOHN CARROLL
As the Carrolls and Freemasonry were influencing the forming of the new American government that was brought into existence in year 1789, precisely 13 years after independence was declared in 1776, we find also a very conspicuous correlation between the launching of the American government and the founding of the American Catholic Church hierarchy. For in that year 1789, John Carroll founded and laid the cornerstone for the first Jesuit college in America at Georgetown: in what was afterwards to be the District of Columbia, and the college that George Washington's two nephews, Bushrod and Augustine, attended. And as George Washington was inaugurated the first President of the United States in 1789, so also was John Carroll elected the first Bishop of the Catholic Church in the United States in the same year. And as the jurisdiction of the first President of the United States was from Georgia to Canada in the north and from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, so too was the jurisdiction of John Carroll's diocese.
Be assured, it is no coincidence that the American government, the American Roman Catholic Church hierarchy, and the Jesuit Georgetown College all mark their beginning from year 1789. But on top of that, it will be shown how a business venture put into operation also in 1789, with George Washington becoming their front man, enabled the Carrolls to have the American seat of government placed in their own front yard.
Now with a little discernment, you will recognize these little coincidences as, perhaps, telltale marks of the Grand Design as the Carrolls, the Jesuits, and Freemasonry played out their roles. It then should become understandable why the Jesuit Georgetown College was incorporated in the District of Columbia seat of the new American government.
Join World Footprints as we explore American History through the voices and houses of the country's Founding Fathers with award-winning author Myron Magnet. In his book, The Founders at Home: The Building of America, 1735 - 1817, Magnet says that among all of our founders accomplishments the American Revolution has been the country's only enduring success.
We are also going to review American History from another angle--America's Whiskey Trail. Saturday Evening Post contributor Todd Pitock will take us to the birth places of America's native spirit.
Finally, we will revisit our coverage of the Sochi Paralympic Games with a post script segment. You will meet another favorite of the Games when we introduce two-time Silver Medalist Mark Bathum and his guide Cade Yamamoto. Mark and Cade won their medals in the Men's Super G and Super Combined Alpine events for the visually impaired.
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Words from America's Founding Fathers - Just Read their quotes and you would think they were here with us.
They tried to warn us, but refused to listen
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Charlie In The Box! Fridays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ On this week’s Charlie in the Box radio show I will be covering tyranny and what our fore fathers thought about it. At the end of all this we may want to read a quote by John Adams, “But a constitution of government once changed from freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.” I truly believe in this quote: “He that rebels against reason is a real rebel, but he that inference of reason rebel’s against tyranny”- Thomas Paine. So, you guys should know by now…if you’ve been listening to the Charlie in the Box radio show over here at Prepper Broadcasting Network, what I’m going to do with a topic like this! I’ll see you this Friday. Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting, Tyranny, Founding Fathers
We welcome poets from any and everywhere to slam their poems honoring fathers. Listeners may share special memories of their farhers on the air or simply listen as we pay tribute to those very special men, biological or not, who nurture and raise children on this open mic epjsode of Poetic Soul Talk Show.
Dr. Annie Abram and Armin Brott, a fathering expert and the author of many books about fathers will discuss the importance of fathers in their children's lives. Although, there continues to be a stigma associated with "care-giving" dads, through out last two decades the role of the father has been increasingly recognized as just as important as that of the mother in determining the well being of children in every aspect of their development. For example, the involvement of a father in a girl's life is instrumental in how she thinks about herself as a woman, a worker,
and increases her confidence on every level. Of course, this is true for boys as well, largely through gender identification.
A former Marine, Armin Brott has devoted the last 20 years to providing men with the tools, support, and knowledge to help them become the fathers they want to be——and their families need them to be. His eight critically acclaimed books for fathers have sold well over a million copies. Titles include The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-Be and The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the First Year. He has written on fatherhood for hundreds of newspapers and magazines and is a frequent guest on such television programs as the Today Show. He also writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column (Ask Mr. Dad), and hosts a syndicated radio show (Positive Parenting). He lives with his family in Oakland, California.