The Murder of the First Amendment: How Common Law and Statutory Law Coexist

Introduction [Music: Chad Crouch—Ballad of the Blackbirds—Field Report Vol I: Oaks Bottom] [Sermon by Rod Bell: The Day the Supreme Court Murdered the Constitution, 6/5/1983][1] There’s been many a date that has been dates of notoriety. Important dates and dates has gone down in history in our country. I thought about 1776, July the 4th.Continue reading “The Murder of the First Amendment: How Common Law and Statutory Law Coexist”

The Court against Oppression: Biblical Legal Theory from a Covenant Law Suit

In this podcast, we discover how an ancient Israelite prophet argued his legal case against Israel. This discovery shows how the legal system in Israel was based on a common-law system.

Rethinking My Christianity: Why I’ve Changed in the Last Year

Some people are probably wondering what happened to me. I used to be a super rightwing guy with a fundamentalist view of Scripture and life. Now, I lean center in my politics and only agree with fundamentalism in that there are narrow doctrinal positions that define Christianity. Why this change? This process has been goingContinue reading “Rethinking My Christianity: Why I’ve Changed in the Last Year”

COVID19, BJU v. US, and Christian Rights

The COVID19 pandemic has opened the floodgates on the discussion of governmental control over its people. If you’ve had any contact with people on Facebook, you will quickly realize that conservative proportionate claim that the governments’ lock-down of the US economy is unconstitutional. The local, state, and federal governments do not have the right, accordingContinue reading “COVID19, BJU v. US, and Christian Rights”