Christianity and the Constitution


  • 473 Pages
  • Subject Index
  • By John Edismore
  • Foreward by D. James Kennedy

John Eidsmore rights to the faulty historical record and correctly brings us back to the roots that made America great…. clearly demonstrates that our constitutional liberties are a direct result of our founders’ moral and religious convictions which were based on  a belief in a God who created heaven and earth as well as on the fixed and unchanging absolutes of God’s Word.



An examination of the religious and philosophical background of the Founding Fathers, including biographical sketches with special attention to their religious beliefs. Also studies the biblical principles found in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, then exposes several dangers to the Constitution, such as, the notion of a “living Constitution.”

Tables of Contents

Foreword by D. James Kennedy

Part One – The Background

  1. Calvinism
  2. Puritanism
  3. Deism, Freemasonry and Science
  4. Law and Government
  5. A Word of Introduction
  6. John Witherspoon
  7. James Madison
  8. George Washington
  9. Alexander Hamilton
  10. John Jay
  11. Gouverneur Morris
  12. Benjamin Franklin
  13. Thomas Jefferson
  14. Samuel Adams
  15. Patrick Henry
  16. Roger Sherman
  17. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
  18. And in Summary
  19. Back to Philadelphia: The Constitution is Born
  20. Biblical Principles Found in the Declaration and the Constitution
  21. Into the Third Century: Where Does the United States Go From Here?

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Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in
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