BCE is an acronym which stands for the words “Before the Common Era” which replaces the term (which has been used for centuries) BC which is an acronym for the words “Before Christ”.
CE is an acronym for the words “Common Era” which replaces the term (which has been used for centuries) AD which is an acronym for the words “in the year of our [the] Lord.”
I preached this sermon because certain Christ-haters – some nominal religionists and many statist/humanists – have an agenda to, through academia, replace BC with BCE and AD with CE. This sermon goes into their motivations and the importance of our contending with their efforts. Preached on November 6th, A.D. 2005.
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This sermon sets forth a little-known Christian doctrine, but one which is of huge importance for Christians, magistrates, and the people of our nation to understand. This doctrine stands as a check against tryanny in a nation. Given the dire state of our nation, that makes understanding this doctrine of paramount importance.
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Tyrannicide is the act of killing a tyrant. Tyrannicide has a long and distinguished history in the epic of mankind. Many Christian men of old wrote of such matters, debated and discussed such matters, and even acted in regard to such matters. This sermon examines the treatise written in 1556 by churchman John Ponet. The title of his treatise is – A Short Treatise of Political Power and of the True Obedience which Subjects Owe to Kings and Other Civil Governors with an Exhortation to all True Natural Englishmen. The sermon examines one chapter of the treatise which is entitled – Whether it be Lawful to Depose an Evil Governor and Kill a Tyrant.
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This sermon demonstrates why Christians are the best of citizens a nation can have.
The main point stressed is that Christians have allegiance to Christ first, therefore when the State makes unjust, tyrannical decrees, Christians resist the State because of their allegiance to Christ, thus benefiting the rest of the nation. July 2004 30 min.
This sermon was preached three days after Paul Hill was executed in Stark, Florida. Most Christians disparage Paul Hill. This sermon gives a different perspective about Paul Hill and the actions he took on behalf of preborn babies threatened with death by abortion. Sept. 2003 60 min.
On June 26th, 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court decriminalized sodomy. This sermon declares what punishment Scripture requires for the crime of sodomy. This sermon is loaded with American history about homosexuality. You will see clearly that we
are a nation in rebellion to the Law of God, deserving of His righteous judgment.
June 2003 47 min.
This sermon is loaded with history regarding the establishment of government education in America. After listening, you will hopefully never consider sending your children to the “public schools” ever again. This sermon triumphs the right of parents to educate their children, and makes clear the State has no right to be in the business of educating children. 46 min.