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An Abridged History of the First Amendment

Study: 40% Of Millenials Oppose ‘Offensive’ Free Speech (112315)(Article also on the Trumpet-on-line)(If these closed-minded brainwashed 40% knew history and had any understanding, knowledge, and wisdom, they would all favor free speech. Do you know the history of the First Amendment? If not, you need to know it. If not, do not condemn the 40% because without knowledge you are contributing to the destruction of our freedoms. You will find it by studying all the chapters linked to on this page. For a more complete history go to History of the First Amendment. For more complete history and analysis of the attempts by certain “Christians” to destroy that history see:

The Trail of Blood of the Martyrs of Jesus by clicking here.)

An Abridged History of the First Amendment

(Click the above blue link to go to the online version. This booklet is not yet in print.)

This booklet summarizes a vast subject in 21 single spaced pages, excluding endnotes. Sadly, very few Christians know the facts presented in this history. Tragically, few Christians want to know it. To fully understand the issue of separation of church  and state, one must have knowledge of the history of the First Amendment. More details on this subject are in Part Two, Section IV of God Betrayed (PDF of God Betrayed; online version of God Betrayed).

Click here to go to the article "Is Separation of Church and State Found in the Constitution?"

Click here to go to the article “Is Separation of Church and State Found in the Constitution?”

A biblical and historical Baptist principle is that God desires separation of church and state, not separation of God and church or separation of God and state. Study Jerald Finney’s writings and/or audio teachings to discover the truth about and how to apply the principle.


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