The Rights of the People
TEACH Services, Inc., 2019 M09 5 - 382 páginas
Alonzo Trévier Jones (1859-1923) spoke before a United States Congressional subcommittee in 1889, to oppose the Breckinridge Bill, which sought to compel Sunday observance in the District of Columbia. He soon became a world-famous writer and speaker for religious liberty. He served as co-editor of The American Sentinel, a public magazine defending the principles of freedom in the United States.
His desire was to awaken more interest in the study of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, which would clarify the understanding of men's liberty of conscience. This book will help each reader to see the relation that should exist between civil government and religion, according to the words of Christ and the American Constitution.
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CHAPTER IIIThe Powers That
CHAPTER IIHow the United States Became a Nation
CHAPTER IIIWhat Is the Nation?
CHAPTER IVWho Made the Nation?
CHAPTER VReligious Right in the United States
CHAPTER VIReligious Right Invaded
CHAPTER VII The Peoples Right of Appeal
CHAPTER VIIINational Precedent on Right of Appeal
CHAPTER IXThe Buglers the Miners and Sappers
CHAPTER XThe Sundaylaw Movement in the Fourth Century
CHAPTER XIWill the People Assert and Maintain Their Rights
CHAPTER XIIReligious Right in the States
APPENDIX A The Declaration of Independence
APPENDIX CThe Dred Scott Decision
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The Rights of the People: Or, Civil Government and Religion
Alonzo Tr'vier Jones,Pacific Press Bkp Cu-Banc
Sin vista previa disponible - 2015