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>The founders of America spoke often of natural law. What does that mean? And how does that relate to God? John Eidsmoe is a renowned scholar of the Constitution and of the law and has written books on the development of Western law. John Eidsmoe joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss natural law and Sir William Blackstone and America’s founding.
>Historian and bestselling author Bill Federer notes that in many times in American history, when God’s people prayed, the Lord showed up in special ways. Bill Federer, along with his wife Susan, has produced a few books documenting these miracles, including “Miracles in American History, Volume II.” Bill Federer joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss some of the miracles in America’s past.
>Critical Race Theory is being promoted in schools all over the country. And many parents, when they learn about it, are pushing back. This issue is important to Providence Forum because Critical Race Theory seriously distorts American history. It states that America is and always hopelessly racist. Rev. Paul Blair, director of Reclaiming America for Christ, joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss Critical Race Theory.
>Historian Rod Gragg is the author of “Forged in Faith,” “By the Hand of Providence,” and “The Pilgrim Chronicles: An Eyewitness History of the Pilgrims and the Founding of Plymouth Colony.” Rod Gragg joins Jerry Newcombe on this podcast to discuss the positive and amazing legacy of the Pilgrims on American and world history.
>The founders of America said that our rights come from the Creator and the purpose of government was to honor those rights. In contrast, the regime of Hitler and the Nazis in Germany in the 1930s and 40s was based on a totally different worldview—one predicated on the assumption that pure Darwinian evolution was the truth, as opposed to this being a world created by the Creator who gave us life and liberty. Dr. Richard Weikart—a semi-retired history professor, who is one of America’s leading scholars on the Nazis and Hitler—joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss this conflict in worldviews.