Daily Archives: July 30, 2016

Deuteronomy 23:15-16: The Biblical Fugitive Slave Clause

In the first three-fifths of the nineteenth century, there was a lot of debate that the Fugitive Slave Clause of the United States Constitution was contrary to the Bible.  And those who contented that it was were correct, for although … Continue reading

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The Fugitive Slave Clause: A Constitutional Essay

In this particular series of blogs [1] we have focused on areas of the Constitution that have caused both historical and contemporary political controversy, and not delved deep into areas of constitutional law but rather focused on the political history … Continue reading

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Book Review: Israel In Britain

Israel In Britain:  A Brief Statement Of The Evidences In Proof Of The Israelitish Origin Of The British Race, by Colonel Garnier I happen to be a subscriber to a service that sends books out of print to me on … Continue reading

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