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Dear Readers and Visitors of The Foundation Forum, Obviously, I have not updated this blog in about two months now. But I do intend to keep this blog running. Hopefully these long periods of absence from blogging will come to an end (very soon), and I will posting on a fairly regular basis. I have [...]
Happy Reformation Day! Or, you may call it the “Ninety-five Theses Day” if you wish. The “New Every Morning” online daily devotional by Coral Ridge Ministries has a fitting entry for this day. Check it out!
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!! Today marks the 231st anniversary of American Independence. On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress voted unanimously to adopt the final draft of the Declaration of Independence, which it had approved just two days earlier on July 2nd. But Congress did not sign that document (they had to prepare an engrossed copy, [...]
I am a genuine bookworm. No; make that: book-HOG! I LOVE BOOKS! But I especially love good books about the history of the Founding Era and its Christian heritage. Below are some books that I have read that I have found both inspiring and educational, and I think would be of help to anyone trying [...]
Welcome, my fellow patriots, to The Foundations Forum blog! I have created this blog for the purpose of making available to the American public the foundations of the United States of America, as established in the founding documents and written by her Founding Fathers. This blog will explore the Founding Fathers’ lives, beliefs, and writings. [...]