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The Price of Liberty, Part 4: That We May Return

DrFloyd Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 2:04 PM
Apparently many Americans don't understand America, its history, or what the prophets were about. Dr. Youssef does. We should heed what he's writing, because every society that has abandoned its core values, from Attica (ancient Greece) to France, has paid the price of sliding from greatness to mediocrity or disappearance. We strayed terribly and foolishly when we let glib secularists convince us that a prohibition of a state religion (the First Amendment) is the same as a denial of our Christian foundation. We must do everything we can to prove that when Barry Soetoro claimed that America is no longer a Christian nation it was just another of his myriad lies.
0_BAMANATION Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 4:11 PM
DrFloyd... in many ways we are no longer a Christian nation This, however, can change. From morals to ethics we must revert to Christianity or this nation will become lost and thus a relic as are so many historical others that strayed from the words of God and Christ.
The Old Testament prophets dealt with corruption and godlessness in Israel and Judah. And God had to punish the people for their sins and for breaking the covenant that had been established between themselves and Yahweh.

The book of Jeremiah, in particular, showed the people of Judah suffering because they had been disobedient and had broken their covenant with God. In Jeremiah 2:8, the prophet notes where the sin began: “The priests did not ask, ‘Where is the Lord?’ Those who deal with the law did not know me; the leaders rebelled against me. The prophets prophesied by Baal,...