I Could Quit Anytime: How Statism Creates Addicts

An American flag, How Statism Creates Addicts

If our freedoms come from God, then it is to God we must appeal. Here we find hope. For America was founded on a series of sacred covenants, vows made to God on behalf of Americans then unborn. As Perry Miller (1905–1963), the preeminent Harvard historian, taught, to understand America, one must admit her spiritual founding. Oxford historian Paul Johnson (1928–), likewise, points to the impulse for America to seek forgiveness, revival, and to be restored to the faith of our Fathers. We must appeal to God through Christ to remember our forefathers’ prayers to be that “City on a hill,” shining the Gospel light of freedom to the world.

A Chance for Hope, Star of the State of the Union

A Chance for Hope, Star of the State of the Union
During President Trump’s State of the Union Tuesday night (Jan. 30), the American public got to meet an everyday hero, Officer Ryan Holets. Officer Holets and his wife, Rebecca, came into the spotlight after they graciously offered to adopt the baby of Crystal Champ, a homeless woman battling heroin addiction while she was eight months pregnant.
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