BIBLICAL FOUNDATIONS & JUDEO-CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW
Parts I and VIII of the Abortion Worldwide Report contain Biblical and Judeo-Christian foundations for the sanctity of human life, human rights, civil government, law, the accountability of individuals and nations to God, and the means of restoration through Jesus Christ. The first brief on the sanctity of human life is posted on the "AWR" page of this website.
THE CHURCH & CHRISTIANITY
Profound Impact of Christian Faith / Restoring Biblical Foundations - NRL Convention workshop #1 (PowerPoint).
HUMAN RESPONSIBILITY, HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL GOVERNMENT & LAW
OTHER BIBLICAL & JUDEO-CHRISTIAN
GOD & NATIONS SERIES (studies of what the Bible reveals)
#1: The Image and Nature of GOD (Bible study of 60 aspects in 4 parts)
#2: The Image of GOD in Man (Bible study of 54 aspects in 4 parts)
#3: What is the Basis for the Sanctity of Human Life? (based on the 1st brief in the Abortion Worldwide Report)
#5: What is the Basis for Human Rights and the Right to Life? (based on 3rd brief in AWR)
#6: Legitimacy of Civil Government is Inseparable from Duty to Protect Human Life (based on 4th brief in AWR)
#7: The Nature of Law and Its Purpose in Protecting Human Life (based on 5th brief in AWR)
Study Guides are available through GLC Publications; click store button.
"The Bible is the best of all books, for it is the word of God and teaches us the way to be happy in this world and in the next. Continue therefore to read it and to regulate your life by its precepts."
"By conveying the Bible to people . . . we certainly do them a most interesting act of kindness. We thereby enable them to learn that man was originally created and placed in a state of happiness, but, becoming disobedient, was subjected to the degradation and evils which he and his posterity have since experienced. The Bible will also inform them that our gracious Creator has provided for us a Redeemer in whom all the nations of the earth should be blessed – that this Redeemer has made atonement “for the sins of the whole world,” and thereby reconciling the Divine justice with the Divine mercy, has opened a way for our redemption and salvation; and that these inestimable benefits are of the free gift and grace of God, not of our deserving, nor in our power to deserve. The Bible will also [encourage] them with many explicit and consoling assurances of the Divine mercy to our fallen race, and with repeated invitations to accept the offers of pardon and reconciliation. . . . They, therefore, who enlist in His service, have the highest encouragement to fulfill the duties assigned to their respective stations; for most certain it is, that those of His followers who [participate in] His conquests will also participate in the transcendent glories and blessings of His Triumph."
John Jay, Esq., First Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1789-1795)
U.S. Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1795-1801)
President, American Bible Society (1821-1827)
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