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Never before in history : America's inspired birth

Author: Gary T Amos; Richard Gardiner; William A Dembski
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Haughton Pub. Co., ©1998.
Series: Pandas publications.
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Genre/Form: Church history
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary T Amos; Richard Gardiner; William A Dembski
ISBN: 0914513516 9780914513513
OCLC Number: 41105490
Description: ix, 213 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Unit One: The political and religious backdrop of the founding of the United States --
1. The Reformation's role in advancing political and religious liberty --
Martin Luther's protest --
Calvin and the Presbyterians --
Calvin's resistance theory --
The Tudor family and the English Reformation --
The Stuart family and the divine right of kings 2. Two revolutions in England set the stage for America's birth --
The Civil War (Puritan Revolution) in England and Rutherford's Lex Rex --
The Westminster Assembly and Confession --
The defeat of Charles I and the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell --
The Restoration and John Locke --
Excursion: the Enlightenment --
The Whigs and Algernon Sidney --
The Glorious Revolution --
John Locke's political philosophy 3. The flight of the Reformation to America --
Basing government upon the consent of the governed --
A government of laws, and not of men --
Calvin's dilemma --
The Puritan predicament in America --
Roger Williams --
Anne Hutchinson --
Puritan desperation --
The Salem Witch Trials --
The first Great Awakening --
The impact of the Awakening Unit Two: The socio-cultural backdrop for the founding of the United States --
Prologue: The role of New England and Virginia in the development of American ideals --
4. The English common law --
The common law and Christian morality --
The common law and the founding --
The Magna Carta --
Edward Coke --
William Blackstone --
Thomas Jefferson 5. Colonial education --
The New England Primer --
Latin and apprenticeships --
America's first four colleges --
Harvard --
The College of William and Mary --
Yale --
Princeton (The College of New Jersey) --
6. Family life in New England --
Marriage and the proper role of love --
The role of women: domestic affairs --
The children: discerning their vocatio 7. Nomenclature --
The Medieval context --
Early American names --
Why Old Testament names? --
Why descriptive names? --
The New England baby-naming book: the Bible Unit Three: America's passage to liberty --
8. The American Revolution --
Between Plymouth Rock and Independence Hall --
The religious controversy that ignited the Revolution --
Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty --
The "Presbyterian Rebellion" 9. Two founding documents --
The Declaration of Independence --
The law of nature and nature's God --
Self-evident truths, inalienable rights, and slavery --
Consent of the governed --
Relying on divine providence --
The federal constitution --
The nature of Federalism --
The Federalist Papers --
The Constitution and religious language 10. Separation of church and state --
The religious climate in colonial Virginia --
Madison and Jefferson --
The Virginia Bill of Rights --
Taxes and the use of force --
Jefferson's statute for religious liberty --
The Baptist influence on Jefferson --
What Jefferson said --
Religious taxes --
James Madison's reply: The Memorial and Remonstrance --
Madison's impact --
Contemporary views --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Pandas publications.
Responsibility: by Gary Amos and Richard Gardiner ; William Dembski, academic editor.

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