It’s time to look at good news articles from David and Tim’s stack. Fighting slows down in Israel and hostages return home. In California, there a recall efforts over progressive district attorneys. In Eugene Oregon, after hard drug use was legalized, city officials realize that was a bad move and start working to turn things around. Texas textbooks place Creationism back in as a potential explanation for the origin of the universe. All of this and more, on Good News Friday!
Are you ready to journey into the past and explore the fascinating intersection of faith, culture, and the founding of America? Your guide will be David Barton, as we take a deep dive into the contrasting approaches to governance of the Jamestown and Plymouth. Discover how their different priorities have shaped America's values and institutions to this day. In our quest to understand America's past, we also discuss the crucial role of religion in shaping our government and society. Did you know about the decline in Bible reading and biblical literacy in America, and its impact on our understanding of God's institutions, such as the family and government? This conversation doesn't shy away from contemporary issues either, as we touch on the societal reflection of gender identity and secularization. Finally, we grip the alarming issue of the decline of Christianity in America and its implications for believers. As we spotlight the biblical concept of "occupying until Jesus returns," we also face the challenges of retaining Christian children in faith amidst the rise of the "Exvangelicals". We wrap up with an encouraging call to action, urging believers to stand firm and work to reverse this trend. So, join us on this enlightening journey and explore the American story.
Ever wondered how the principles instilled by the Pilgrims and Puritans have shaped America's government, economy, and education system? Prepare to embark on a historical journey as we uncover the profound impact these early settlers had on the country we know today. From a constitutional, historical, and biblical perspective, we unravel the influence they had on establishing elected government, free enterprise, and private property rights. We also highlight the agreements they made with Native Americans. We also look at pilgrims and their significant influence on public education. We fast forward to New Jersey in the 1800's, a time when education was heavily rooted in the Bible teaching. We uncover the educational requirements of the time and the significant role that black officials played in early American education. Equipped with these insights, we gain a deeper understanding of America's rich history and the values it was built upon. Wrapping up our journey, we examine the stark difference in the number of casualties between the European and American witch trials. We credit this to the Pilgrims' and Puritans' commitment to biblical teachings which led to the establishment of due process rights. We also look at the contrasting narratives of the founding of Jamestown and Plymouth. Be sure to tune in as we keep the flame of freedom alive and learn from our past to build a better future.
Ready to question what you thought you knew about the early settlements in America? Join us as we delve into the contrasting tales of Jamestown and Plymouth. We challenge the claims of the 1619 and the reality of slavery in America's early days, and discuss the role of evangelical Christianity. These two cities show the contrast that is present when you do things God's way vs embracing socialism. Far from the sugar-coated history lessons, this discussion explores the stark realities of survival in these early colonies. As we journey through the pages of history, we examine the hardships faced by the Pilgrims in their quest for religious freedom. We dissect the beliefs of these early colonists and look at their motives for leaving Europe. Their painful journey from England to Holland, and finally to the Virginia Colony, is a testament to their unwavering faith. We highlight the Mayflower Compact and its emphasis on Christian purpose and godly leadership. Wrapping up our exploration, we emphasize the significance of community responsibility. Stay tuned for our next episode as we continue this enlightening discussion.
We've got an enlightening journey to embark upon, folks! With the insightful Tim Barton as our guide, we're all set to unravel the gripping history and significance of Thanksgiving in America. Unearthing the foundation of this cherished festival, we discover that it was established a whopping 150 years before our revered Declaration of Independence. Listen in as we emphasize the untold importance of Thanksgiving - a time of reflection on faith, culture, and constitutional principles. Next, we invite you to an exceptional tour through American history at the WallBuilders Museum. Tim Barton, gives us a virtual tour through an awe-inspiring collection of over 100,000 original documents and artifacts from the founding era. Prepare to be riveted as we uncover the intriguing tales of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and more. Furthermore, we explore the fascinating relationship between Washington and Alexander Hamilton during the American Revolution. As we delve deeper, we emphasize the efforts of WallBuilders, a non-profit organization that's preserving America's forgotten history and founding principles. Hear how they wield original documents and rigorous research to arm politicians and the public with accurate information in our age of rampant misinformation. We throw a spotlight on the profound influence of the Bible on our founding fathers and early American history. Strengthen your knowledge base and join us as we urge listeners to verify historical information and comprehend the full narrative. Together, we can discover the truth, find courage, and promote good amidst division. So buckle up, and let's dive into an unforgettable journey through time!
Today, on this Good News Friday, we’ll look at some news stories the major media doesn’t report. Soros-backed DA candidates were voted out in Virginia elections. Representative Rashida Tlaib is censured by the house for defending Hamas. Overall support for Israel is moving up. Plano ISD in Texas removes sexually explicit books after parents show up to a school board meeting and pressure them to remove the titles. World Series winner, the Texas Rangers, continue to stay away from wokeism. Members of the team give God the glory. All of this and more, today on Good News Friday!
Building On The American Heritage Series - The Role of Pastors In The American Revolution: Who wrote the First Amendment? Who was the First Amendment intended to limit? Shouldn't Pastors keep their focus on church and not on politics? What is the biblical precedent for ministers speaking into the political arena? Did Jesus talk about politics? Tune in to hear answers to important questions involving pastors and government - as we bring a special excerpt from our Building on the American Heritage Series!
Good News Friday is our time to look at news stories that the major media doesn’t report. Adult stem cell research continues to prove results over embryonic stem cell research. In Missouri, a referendum ballot initiative protects the unborn against late term abortions. Funds are redirected from IRS agents to aid Israel. A Catholic farmer who was banned from a farmer’s market for believing that marriage is between one man and one woman wins his lawsuit to participate in the farmer’s market again. Christian values are beginning to re-emerge in Czechoslovakia as they leave the UN to protect Israel. Abortion declines in Delaware. All of this and more, on Good News Friday!
Foundations of Freedom Thursday means we get to take time today to answer Listener Questions- What is meant by Manifest Destiny? If there is a draft in the future, would women be included in the draft? What new information is there on January 6th? Ready to challenge your perception of American history and its impact on our existence today? Hop aboard as we journey through the controversial doctrine of Manifest Destiny, examining its historical roots and implications on our contemporary society. We'll untangle the knotted strands of the Democrat doctrine that asserted white American supremacy and led to the violation of Native American treaties. Transitioning from the past to the present, we look at the the roles that men and women play in our society, particularly in the military. We use biblical references to shed light on traditional gender roles and discuss the US military's approach to genders. As we ponder over the potential of a military draft, we ask - Could there be a conscientious exemption? How does the left's view of genders impact the idea of women being drafted? In the latter part of our episode, we look at Congressman Barry Loudermilk's information on January 6th. We ignite a conversation on transparency in government prosecutions. This episode is sure to stir your thoughts and offer a renewed perspective on the interplay of history, politics, and biblical truth. So, don't miss out!
Today is Good News Friday, so that means we’ll get to work through David and Tim’s stack of good news articles. In Loudoun County Virginia, parents put their foot down against public education and get a new Christian school started. The US is beginning to intervene in the war between Israel and Hamas. Mississippi governor posted a picture of a revival, bringing 1400 people to Christ. In Tennessee and Kentucky transgender procedures on children are banned. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson, switched to Republican from Democrat and now he has started a Republican Mayor’s Association to network conservative mayors for ideas and solutions. After Galesburg Illinois flys the pride flag, a lawsuit was won enabling the Christian flag to be flown as well. All of this and more on Good News Friday!