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Four Pillars of the Constitutional Republic
Part 1 – Christianity is the Bedrock
Part 2 – The Declaration of Independence is the Foundation
Part 3 – The Constitution is the Framework
Part 4 – Bill of Rights Are the Walls
There was a specific historic evolution that led to the founding of the American colonies, and their transformation into a nation. For the Founding Fathers; Christ was the bedrock, the Declaration of Independence the foundation, the Constitution the framework and the Bill of Rights the walls of a Constitutional Republic. It was a fortress of law rather than stone, unlike anything seen before. It was also a nation founded from the people up, with the intent of keeping government under restraint.
This course is divided into four lessons to examine each of these pillars of the nation’s construction. It is hoped that you will see that it takes all four of these pillars for our Republic to work. At the end of the fourth lesson you will hear a list of suggested reading that was a part of the work used in the course development. My greatest hope is that you will learn far more than I know about this subject, so that we may hand to our progeny the freedom our Founders intended.
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Doug Enyart is the Constitution Party for the 8th Congressional District seat vacated by Joann Emerson. For more information and to donate to the campaign go to his website: www.EnyartForCongress.us
Howard J. Phillips
February 6, 1941 – April 20, 2013
Founder of the Constitution Party
CP Candidate for the 8th Congressional District seat vacated by Joann Emerson.
By Karen Murray This book is a collection of essays, articles, and speeches from Constitutionalists around the nation, making the case for a Constitutionally-correct third party to emerge in American Politics in order to restore the Republic as provided for in the Constitution of the United States. By phasing in the original plan of the Founders, America’s economy and social structure can be revitalized.