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Why the Fruit of the Tree Is Rotten
Why the Fruit of the Tree Is Rotten

The Tree of Liberty, like every other tree, is judged by its fruits. The fruits of the tree are the citizens of the Republic, and the moral health of the Republic is known by the character of its citizens.

The Pilgrim's Constitutional Legacy - Daniel Dreisbach
The Pilgrim’s Constitutional Legacy

On November 22 in Washington, DC, Daniel Dreisbach of American University spoke about the legacy of the Pilgrims.

Moby Dick was Framed!
Moby Dick was Framed!

One of the most stunning revelations of “In the Heart of the Sea” by Nathaniel Philbrick was the witness reports of the sperm whale’s attack on the Essex, which is assumed to have inspired the book Moby Dick.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Lessons for Today
Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Lessons for Today

Col. Tim Mallard, chaplain in the US Army, spoke about Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theology and lessons for today at the Christianity and National Security Conference.

Marshall at Messiah University on Global Islam

Paul Marshall gave a lecture at Messiah University about Islam’s history.

Countering the Russian-Communist Drive for Power in 1946 - John C. Bennett
Countering the Russian-Communist Drive for Power in 1946

“The resistance to Russian expansion in Europe is right. The spectacle of American progressives supporting Wallace in opposing that resistance brings dismay to most European democrats.”

History of Christian-Muslim Relations
History of Christian-Muslim Relations

At the Christianity and National Security Conference, Paul Marshall gave a lecture on the history of Christian-Muslim relations.

American Bar Association Memorial to Magna Carta at Runnymede
The Magna Carta’s Legacy of Liberty

Speaking at the Museum of the Bible in DC, Walter Russell Mead, Jonathan Silver, and Catherine Pakaluk discussed the Magna Carta’s legacy of liberty.

Faith, Ethics, and Defending America - Megan Reiss
Faith, Ethics, and Defending America

On October 28, Megan Reiss spoke at the Christianity and National Security Conference about the role of faith and ethics in American foreign policy.

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