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The Trail of Blood of the Martyrs of Jesus

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The Trail of Blood of the Martyrs of Jesus
A Case of Premeditated Murder
Christian Revisionists on Trial
The Christian History and Meaning
of the First Amendment

See Table of Contents below.

The Trail of Blood of the Martyrs of Jesus by author and attorney Jerald Finney was released January 17, 2017. The book chronicles the true Christian history of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. It exposes revisionist history, both Christian and Secular. Finally, it publicly indicts past, present, and future Christian Revisionists for murder and/or conspiracy to commit murder. The undeniable and easily verifiable facts in the book give insight into why secularists believe that Christianity is more dangerous than Islam. Those facts also reveal why everyone should be thankful to true Christians who stood against vicious persecution by established “churches.” In spite of horrible persecution by established religion/states, they stood against false religion and union of church and state. The persecutions began with the first church and continued, in America, until the adoption of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. The First Amendment was the culmination of the spiritual battle true Christians had fought for 1800 years.

The author began his search for the true history of the First Amendment in the 1980s. Since he was a believer, he read numerous books recommended by Christian media which allegedly explained “separation of church and state” and the history of the First Amendment. He found that all those sources left out history between the arrival of the Anglicans in Jamestown and the Puritans and Pilgrims in Massachusetts in the early 1600s and the ratification of the Constitution and the First Amendment in 1788 and 1791. They, for example, stated facts from early colonial history and jumped to the First Amendment without any significant recitation and analysis of the history between those events; stated a fact and then a conclusion without any real evidence to support their conclusion; stated some facts which he found to be false, etc. They stated, for example,

  1. “The Pilgrims and Puritans came to America for religious freedom and because of that we have our form of government.
  2. “The Pilgrims compacted with God in the Mayflower Compact and that was the foundation for America’s compact with God.
  3. “America owes her form of government to John Calvin more than any other person.
  4. “Separation of church and state is not found in the Constitution.
  5. “America is the second Israel.”

Finney continued his search for the truth concerning the history of the First Amendment. He entered the University of Texas Law School in 1990. While there, he took a constitutional First Amendment course hoping to learn the truth about the history of the First Amendment. In that course, he was taught that the First Amendment means what the Supreme Court says it means; then he was taught what the Supreme Court says it means. He persisted in his studies for many years. The results of his studies, with complete citations of his authorities, are presented in his just released book.

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This book puts two groups on trial: (1) pre-First Amendment Christian Revisionists for murder and conspiracy to commit murder; (2) post-First Amendment Christian Revisionists for conspiracy to commit murder. The reliable and overwhelming evidence presented proves:

  • The theology of the accused;
  • The motives of the accused;
  • The goals of the accused;
  • The consequences when the accused succeed in their goals;
  • The true Christian history of the First Amendment;
  • The revised Christian history of the First Amendment;
  • The guilt of the accused.

Justice requires that you, the readers and jurors, render a true and correct verdict.

The Trail of Blood of the
Martyrs of Jesus
A Case of Premeditated Murder
Christian Revisionists on Trial

The Christian History and Meaning of the First Amendment

CONTENTS

Preface……..…………..……………………………….……….. i
INTRODUCTION…………..……………………………………. 1

SECTION I
Christian and Secular Revisionism

Chapter 1: Introduction………………….……………………………………………………… 37
Chapter 2: Confronting Lies with the Truth………….……….………..………..…………… 41
Chapter 3: Christian Revisionists Are Heretical and Apostate.……….………….……….. 51
Chapter 4: Christian Revisionism Explained ..…….……………….….…………….……… 61
Chapter 5: Catholic Revisionism ………………………………………………….………….. 71
Chapter 6: Christian and Secular Historical Revisionism….………………….…………….77
Chapter 7: Conclusion…………………..………………………………………………………85

SECTION II
Christian History of the First Amendment

Chapter 1: Introduction.…………………………..…………………………….……………… 89
Chapter 2: The Light Begins to Shine ……………………………………………………….. 99
Chapter 3: The Pilgrims and Puritans in Massachusetts.……..….….………….……….. 107
Chapter 4: The Baptists in Rhode Island …………………………..…………….…………135
Chapter 5: The Separates and the Baptists in New England…….………….……………161
Chapter 6: From New England to the South……………………………………..…………179
Chapter 7: To Virginia …………………………..……….………….…………………………185
Chapter 8: Religious Freedom in America!..…………………….………………………….215
Chapter 9: Conclusion.……………………………………..….……………..……………….219

Epilogue………………………………………………… 221
Bibliography……………….…………………………… 225
Index……………………………………………………. 229

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