Category Archives: Apologetics

Ravi On a Roll!

Have you ever wanted to be able to speak like someone else? Well, Ravi Zacharias is the kind of speaker that I’d love to be able to emulate. However, even if I had the mind of Dr. Zacharias, I’d never come across the same way with my Southern accent.

I watched this video on YouTube last night and thought it superb. That’s why I’m sharing it with you.

He was asked a question that would have probably set many believers back in their chairs, but Ravi Zacharias took it and ran with it, brilliantly making the point that “all religions are fundamentally different, and only superficially the same, at best.”

Being a solid Christian does not require blind faith.

Enjoy.

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The Magnificent Fifty: Foundation of Faith (New Mexico)

Santa Fe, New Mexico (Artist: Susan Cassidy Wilhoit)

Constitution Preamble (1911)

We, the People of New Mexico, grateful to Almighty God for the blessings of liberty.


To read the introduction to and purpose of this series, CLICK HERE.

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The Magnificent Fifty: Foundation of Faith (New Jersey)

Trenton, New Jersey (Artist: Susan Cassidy Wilhoit)

New Jersey Constitution Article I, Section 3 (1947)

No person shall be deprived of the inestimable privilege of worshiping Almighty God.


To read the introduction to and purpose of this series, CLICK HERE.

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The Magnificen Fifty: Foundations of Faith (New Hampshire)

Concord, New Hampshire (Artist: Susan Cassidy Wilhoit)

New Hampshire Constitution, Bill of Rights, Article 5 (1784)

Every individual has a natural and unalienable right to worship God…and no subject shall be hurt, molested, or restrained…for worshipping God.


To read the introduction to and purpose of this series, CLICK HERE.

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The Magnificent Fifty: Foundation of Faith (Nebraska)

Lincoln, Nebraska (Artist: Susan Cassidy Wilhoit)

U.S. Supreme Court – Nebraska Legislature (1893) To invoke Divine guidance on a public body entrusted with making the laws is not …an “establishment” of religion or a step toward establishment; it is simply a tolerable acknowledgment of beliefs widely held among the people of this country.

Chief Justice Warren E. Burger delivered Court’s opinion in Marsh v. Chambers, 463 U.S. 783

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The Magnificent Fifty: Foundation of Faith (Montana)

Helena, Montana (Artist: Susan Cassidy Wilhoit)

Constitution Preamble (1889, 1972)

We, the people of Montana grateful to God for the quiet beauty of our state, the grandeur of our mountains, the vastness of our rolling plains… do ordain and establish this constitution.

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The Magnificent Fifty: Foundation of Faith (Missouri)

Jefferson City, Missouri (Artist: Susan Cassidy Wilhoit)

Missouri Constitution, Article I, Section 5 (1845)

That all men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship God…


Just think how different North Korea could be if this one, simple sentence could be a part of their constitution?

What makes America different? This! Freedom of …OF – not “from”… religion. Specifically, the right to worship God, not man.

Give the FFRF (Freedom From Religion Foundation) what they want and we’ll end up like every other dictatorial society whose people live in bondage. Because like Bob Dylan said,

Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you’re gonna have to serve somebody

I’d rather serve God, than man.


To read the introduction to and purpose of this series, CLICK HERE.

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