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Buckle Up for today’s program! I’m not holding back since there is so much to get accomplished!
This week has been a continuation of the ‘safety pin’ crowd. I modify the phrase from Michael Savage for today’s program with the ‘Red Diaper Babies’ since I don’t know how many are would be ‘dopers.’ The core of the program today is about Founders Intent: Intent for a moral and virtuous people through the educational system. I take the bold step today to really bring out the corruption of the education system by reminding you of the 45 goals of the communist as read into the Congressional Record and….. That the primary denominations were corrupted as noted in the “The Unholy Alliance.” The Pulpit needs to understand Foundational History and bring it into context for today.
If you think that the Republic has to fall as part of ones eschatology….. Sam Adams and the Founders that clearly understood the whole Bible and Reformation did not.
A snippet On Education:
Sam Adams theory on education included: “His theory was, that the people should be elevated and educated, that a manly development of character should be encouraged by perfect political equality, and that then they would never require rulers to be selected from among the privileged classes. Upon the virtue and intelligence of the masses, guided by liberal popular education, he was willing to stake the republican experiment. No brave, hardy people, brought up under a good common-school system, and taught to revere the ordinary rules of frugality and morality, could, in his opinion, ever be enslaved. They might be led astray, as in all times and countries, but they would be quick to see and return to their best interests under a government of their own making.”
Sam Adams had this to say in regards to education:
(January 16, 1795) “If we continue to be a happy people, that happiness must be assured by the enacting and executing of reasonable and wise laws, expressed in the plainest language, and by establishing such modes of education as tend to inculcate in the minds of youth, the feelings and habits of “piety, religion and morality,” and to lead them to the knowledge and love of those truly Republican principles upon which our civil institutions are founded. We have solemnly engaged ourselves, fellow citizens, to support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of this Commonwealth. This must be reconcileable in the mind of any man, who judiciously considers the sovereign rights of the one as limited to federal purposes, and the sovereign rights of the other, as acting upon and directing the internal concerns of our own Republic. “
Additionally he wrote: (Independent Chronicle, January 30, 1797”
“As Piety, Religion and Morality have a happy influence on the minds of men, in their public as well as private transactions, you will not think it unseasonable, although I have frequently done it, to bring to your remembrance the great importance of encouraging our University, town schools, and other seminaries of education, that our children and youth while they are engaged in the pursuit of useful science, may have their minds impressed with a strong sense of the duties they owe to their God, their instructors and each other, so that when they arrive to a state of manhood, and take a part in any public transactions, their hearts having been deeply impressed in the course of their education with the moral feelings—such feelings may continue and have their due weight through the whole of their future lives.”
Sam Adams said this about religion in 1772:
“In regard to religion, mutual toleration in the different professions thereof is what all good and candid minds in all ages have ever practised, and, both by precept and example, inculcated on mankind.”
And regarding the First Amendment and religion in government, From – AN ADDRESS OF THE CONVENTION FOR FRAMING A NEW CONSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY TO THEIR CONSTITUENTS. in 1780, as noted from The Declaration of Rights in 1772:
“In the third article of the Declaration of Rights we have, with as much precision as we were capable of, provided for the free exercise of the rights of conscience. We are very sensible that our constituents hold those rights infinitely more valuable than all others; and we flatter ourselves that, while we have considered morality and the public worship of GOD as important to the happiness of society, we have sufficiently guarded the rights of conscience from every possible infringement. This article underwent long debates, and took time in proportion to its importance; and we feel ourselves peculiarly happy in being able to inform you that, though the debates were managed by persons of various denominations, it was finally agreed upon with much more unanimity than usually takes place in disquisitions of this nature. We wish you to consider the subject with candor and attention. Sorely it would be an affront to the people of Massachusetts Bay to labor to convince them that the honor and happiness of a people de pend upon morality, and that the public worship of GOD has a ten dency to inculcate the principles thereof, as well as to preserve a people from forsaking civilization, and falling into a state of savage barbarity.”
Again in 1778 regarding the new Congress:
“Mr Sherman was so obliging as to give me the perusal of your Letter to him, and I am happy that Congress as a Body concurs with you in the Sentiment therein containd; having passd a Resolution by a great Majority expressing their Sense that true Religion & good Morals are the only solid Foundations of publick Liberty and Happiness. “
OK, enough….. I can go on and on – So, Buckle UP to get challenged to day and then get active in you community and churches for true Liberty.