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Civil Government Issues

Civil Government Issues Civil government is ordained by God to restrain evil, promote the common good, maintain moral order, and to secure our natural and unalienable rights. Because all civil governments are morally obligated to be just and good, they are accountable to the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God. * “Let ...   // more >
The Judeo-Christian Worldview and Public Policy
(FPP) The foundational principles of a Judeo-Christian worldview include the existence of God, the immutability of God, the fallen state of man, the moral law of God, and God`s sovereign ...   // more >
The Church`s Biblical Mandate Regarding Public Policy
(FPP) Why should the church be involved in the public arena? God does not call us to sit by unconcerned and ignore the issues of the world. We are to be integral parts of our communities, ...   // more >
The Ten Commandments Foundation of American Society
(Family Research Council/Dr. Kenyn Cureton) For a majority of Americans, the Ten Commandments are not set in stone. According to a USA Todaypoll, "Sixty percent of Americans cannot ...   // more >
Today’s Church: Silent or Vocal?
(FPP) After Pentecost the followers of Jesus exploded into the world, boldly proclaiming the hopeful message of the Gospel to the godless world around them. Sin was confronted head ...   // more >
Video: Wall of Separation Between Church and State: Myth, Reality, Results
(Family Research Council) President John F. Kennedy once said, "The greatest enemy of truth is often not the lie, deliberate, contrived, and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, ...   // more >