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Audio series on God Betrayed/Separation of Church and State: The Biblical Principles and the American Application

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1. The Biblical Principles of Government

a. Introduction
b. The proper motivation and goal
c. Self-government
d. Family government and conscience
e. Civil government
f. God desires nations to glorify Him
g. Israel – the only theocracy ordained by God
h. God is the God of Israel
i. God desires Gentile nations to glorify Him
j. God judges nations
k. Satan orchestrates the world system
l. Conclusion

2. The Biblical Doctrine of the Church

a. Introduction
b. Definition, organization, and purposes of a church
c. Christ, the Bridegroom/Husband/Head of the  church
d. Heresy and  apostasy
e. Recent accelerated apostasy in America
f. Apostasy at the end of the church age
g. The church will reign with the Lord
h. Conclusion

3. The Biblical Doctrine of Separation of Church and State

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a. Introduction
b. Definitions
c. Dispensational theology versus covenant theology
d. Distinct differences between church and state
e. Render unto God the  things that are  His
f. Christ-church, Husband-wife, Bridegroom-Bride
g. Conclusion

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution4. History of the First Amendment

a. Introducton
b. The Pilgrims and Puritans in Massachusetts
c. The Baptists in Rhode Island
d. The Separates and  Baptists in New England e. From New England to the South
f. To Virginia
g. To the New Nation
h. Conclusion

5. Supreme Court Religion Clause Jurisprudence

6. God Betrayed: Union of Church and State

a. Introduction
b. Spiritual versus legal entities
c. Incorporation of churches
d. Federal government control of churches
through 501(c)(3) tax
exemption
e. The incorporation 501(c)(3) control scheme
f. Spurious rationale for incorporating: limited liability
g. Spurious rationale for incorporating: to hold property
h. Spurious rationale for incorporating: tax exemption
and tax deduction for contributions
i. Conclusion


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