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Thomas Jefferson and the founding fathers intended a strict separation of church and state, right? He would have been very upset to find out about a child praying in a public school or a government building used for religious purposes, correct? Actually, the history on this has been very distorted. While Jefferson may seem to be the Patron Saint of the ACLU, his words and actions showed that he would totally disagree with the idea of driving God out of the public square. Doubting Thomas documents that. . . * Jefferson said that our rights come from God. God-given rights are non-negotiables. * At the time that he wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom---major contributions to human and religious rights?Jefferson served diligently as a vestryman (like an elder and a deacon rolled into one) for the Episcopal Church. * In 1777, he wrote up the charter for the Calvinistical Reformed Church in his town with an evangelical preacher, the Rev. Charles Clay--with whom he had a lifelong friendship. Jefferson was the biggest single contributor to this fledgling congregation. * Jefferson had nothing but the highest praise for Jesus’ teaching, which he studied religiously (even in the original Greek), in order to pattern his life after that which he called “the most sublime and benevolent code of morals which has ever been offered to man.” * As president, he attended church on a regular basis at the US Capitol building, even sometimes recommending preachers to fill that pulpit. * He had many positive relationships with orthodox clergymen and active lay Christians. * He actively supported Christian causes, financially, in ways that would put the average Christian to shame.
Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States: Deist or Christian? Dr. Chaps interviews Jerry Newcombe about new evidence in his book, "Doubting Thomas".
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Tonight's Topic: Thomas Jefferson and Religion. What did Thomas Jefferson believe?
Special Guests: Jerry Newcombe and Mark Beliles
"DOUBTING THOMAS? The Religious Life and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson" by MARK A. BELILES and JERRY NEWCOMBE deals with the faith---or the lack thereof---of one of our most important founding fathers. But this volume provides NEW information, some of which has not been in print before. To learn more about the book, see www.americapublications.org DOUBTING THOMAS contains previously unpublished documents including a dozen religious letters by Jefferson and two sermons by his pastor Charles Clay. Jefferson voluntarily joined and donated to Clay’s Calvinistical Reformed Church of Charlottesville.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty,and the puruit of happiness." Thomas Jefferson
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C. Clark Jefferson was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and has constantly capitalized on her creative juices since her Girl Scout days. As a child, she participated in book clubs, and in 2003, she wrote a stage play within a matter of hours. In addition to writing her first novel, Love Theories, she is also a playwright, lifestyle blogger, and magazine correspondent. Find out more at DaWriteDiva.com and SoInLoveWithLife.weebly.com.
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Michelle Cuttino is the “Queen of Plus-Size Fiction,” and serves as a body positive advocate, talk radio host, and motivational speaker. She is President of Big Body Publishing and Big Body Broadcasting. She is a columnist for four publications, and a plus-size lifestyle and publishing industry blogger. Cuttino is the author of Love & Happiness, Love Is Blind, and Me & Mrs. Jones, an eBook series adaptation of her screenplay once optioned with Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Films. Cuttino is also co-author of the erotica anthology, Zane Presents… Cougar Cocktales, under Zane’s Strebor/Simon & Schuster imprint. Read more at MichelleCuttino.com.
Stop the CRAP: Corruption, Racism, Abuse, & Politics: Word from Sherri Jefferson
In a society where people are forced to make decision about justice, what is right and what is wrong. This episode is about standing your ground and saying no to corruption, racism, abuse and politics. Sherri Jefferson will discuss corruption, racism, abuse and politics and even share what she has endured. This episode will direct you to stand your ground, regardless of your race, gender or region and know that whatever the consequences IT IS BETTER TO STAND FOR SOMETHING THAN TO TO FALL FOR ANYTHING.
Episode 3221 - You can't fight what you don't understand
Pastor Terry Jefferson www.wordofrevelation.com
Recorded 2-5-2016 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
The Thomas Loop Radio Show for December 23rd, 2015 - Nick Wojton of Batavia News Daily & Niagara Gazette joined us in studio, as we talked about the future and current state of the Buffalo Bills. NFL draft talk - the importance of the quarterback position. GM woes? Also, Buffalo Sabres talk - as the NHL goes into Holiday Break.
The re-broadcast airs here every Wednesday at 2pm. The live broadcast airs Wednesdays at 10am.
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Nick Wojton is a reporter for Batavia Daily News & Niagara Gazette.
In today's show we'll discuss the history of the Republican party over the past 40 years and the upcoming election with Professor Schaller.
Thomas Schaller is professor of political science at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and author of The Stronghold and Whistling Past Dixie. He writes a political column for the Baltimore Sun. He lives in Washington, DC.
This episode will discuss the upcoming 10.10.15 Washington DC Rally for Justice. We will disucss the role of women in this event as well as issues that continue to plague our society and adversely affects people based on race, social and economic status. Will you attend this historic event? We will discuss things that you can do from your local communities that will bring change.Copy this link and listen to Tamika D. Mallory https://youtu.be/WwNzPMC3xNg
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Tamika D. Mallory is a nationally-recognized leader, currently being heralded as a next-generation champion of the Civil Rights movement. A fiery and outspoken champion for social justice, Ms. Mallory has been called the “Sojourner Truth of Our Time” by JET magazine and publicly applauded as “a leader of tomorrow” by Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, Valerie B. Jarrett. Ms. Mallory is the President of Mallory Consulting, a strategic planning and event management firm based in New York City, as well as the Community Affairs Director at Radio 103.9 FM - a Cumulus station. In 2014, Ms. Mallory was selected to serve on the transition committee of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and served as co-chair of the NYC initiative, Gun Violence Awareness Month. Most recently, in her role as Board Member for The Gathering for Justice, Ms. Mallory has been supporting the efforts of Justice League NYC to reduce racial disparities in policing. She has been featured on CNN, TV One, MSNBC, News One and many other mediums as a leading voice on key social justice issues.
Jimmy Thomas. Just the mention of his name brings a smile to the faces of the thousands of Romance readers out there today. Tonight, we will have Jimmy joining us for some interesting conversation, while taking calls from you, his adoring fans.
As the CEO and Founder of RomanceNovelCovers.com, RomanceNovelCenter.com, and RomanceNovelConvention.com, Jimmy has transformed the way Indie Authors get the covers for their books and makes it possible to give their reading fans a cover fitting of their captivating novels.
This show will be the perfect beginning for our Month of Romance on Deadly Reads Radio.
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With a voice that takes the listener on a journey through the history of the African American experience, Katrenia Jefferson is a force to be reckoned with on and off stage.
The oldest of five children, a mother of five herself (four girls and one boy) and a native of Jackson, MS, Katrenia sang her first solo at the age of 8 in an elementary school program where she wowed the audience with the maturity of her vocals and stage presence. Shortly after this performance, Katrenia joined her mother’s gospel singing group; The Gospel Flames and the local community church choir. As a member of both these groups Katrenia cut her stage teeth touring the eastern seaboard, and areas all around the Northern U.S.
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