Flashcards in The Truth Project Lesson 10 Deck (41):
"Basis of the three branches of government"
A. - which is reflected in the -
B. - which is reflected in the -
C. - which is reflected in the -
Lawgiver - legislative (made up of house and senate), Judge - judicial, King - executive
Examples from early education in America: _ doctrine and _ essential to education
Biblical and prayer
What were the two best selling books during the colonial period?
The Bible and The New England Primer
__ of early institutions such as Harvard , Columbia, Princeton .
Murals, Inscriptions and statues throughout Washington , DC are ___ to remember the story of the founding of the United States
Foundations in the writing of the founding fathers: the Declaration of Independence conveyed that ____ come from God. Jefferson derived this idea from whose writings?
Inalienable rights - John Locke
Connection between __ and ____
Virtue and Liberty
Washington stated in his Farewell address that ____ and ___ are indispensable for ______ _____
Religion and morality, Human freedom
De Tocqueville's observations: There is a connection between ____ and ____ whereas in _____ they are marching in opposite directions. What was his book called?
Liberty and Christianity, France, "Democracy in America "
Revelation 2:5 states the importance to ____, _____,and _____ to God
Remember, repent, and return
"Religion and good morals are the only solid foundations of public Liberty and happiness "?
"Religion is the only solid basis of good morals ; therefore education should teach the precepts of religion and the duties of man towards God"
"Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other"
"The great pillars of government and social life are virtue, morality, and religion "
"Without virtue there can be no Liberty "
"Only a virtuous nation can be free"
Change in perspective of law: Validity of human laws and thus the precedents upon which law is ruled must be based upon ___ laws, which was taught by ______
An understanding of ____
Madison " since men are not _____ we need rule of ___"
The purpose of the civil magistrate was to ______ and _______
Punish evil and condone good
________ which is a belief that the law must change as the culture changes and was prompted by SC justice ___
Sociological jurisprudence , Oliver Wendell Holmes
____ _____- the belief that the foundation of all law is determined by the ____ and was taught by _____ stating in 1870
Legal positivism, state, Lengdell
Used the ____ method- which believed that the law, evolution , evolves over time and be traced through the rulings of past _____.
Case study, cases
The oaths of allegiance in regards to law changed from "___ ___" to "under the authority of being punished by the __"
Under God, State
How can _____ influence the United States culture?
Being the ____ in the darkness, because you are _____ to the source.
Do not allow people to ____ ____
Example from Russia's turn to communism - who said "man have forgotten God, that is why all of this happened"?
Hosea 13:6 teaches how the ___ ___ ___ results in judgement and destruction .
Cycle of nations
Western Civilizations is a combination of what four things?
Teach the concept of _____
In order to be truly free from ______
Slavery of sin
We are required to give up our _____ of ______ to be ______ .
Freedom, choice, selfish
And ______ to a ______ _______
Submit, higher authority
Develop Christian _____
_____ become a _____
A ___ becomes the ____
Lifestyle and culture
The American -