The Christian and American Law: Christianity's Impact on America's Founding Documents and Future Direction

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H. Wayne House
Kregel Publications, 1998 - Law - 301 pages
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Several of America's leading Christian thinkers and writers reflect on the past significance of Christianity and consider its uncertain future impact. Includes chapters by: Gary Amos--"The Philosophical and Biblical Perspectives Which Shaped the Declaration of Independence," John Eidsmoe--"The Judeo-Christian Roots of the Constitution," R. C. Sproul--"The Biblical View of Submission to Constituted Authority," H. Wayne House--"The Christian's Duty of Civil Obedience to the State."

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