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Separation of Church and State A Christian Manifesto America Adrift
A Christian Manifesto
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America Adrift
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Volume 2 of The Kennedy Collection
In this timely book, Dr. D. James Kennedy explains how the misapplication of the "wall of separation" phrase has undermined our religious liberty and freedom.

In this chillingly relevant sermon, the late Dr. Francis Schaeffer warns against the societal trend towards humanism and what it means for religious freedom in America. A Christian Manifesto is a wake-up call for followers of Christ to rise and combat the intrusion of government power on the inalienable rights given to us by our Creator. America is adrift, said Dr. D. James Kennedy, in this speech delivered in Charlotte, North Carolina, on March 21, 1988. “We do not know where we are going because we have forgotten from whence we came."
Creationism:  Science or Religion Noble Origin and Destiny
What They Believed
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This booklet is a must read for anyone who wants to have a better understanding of the contributions three of America's greatest presidents have made to our nation's Christian heritage. In this full-length sermon, preached in 1986, Dr. Kennedy says Christians need to become more informed about the debate between evolutionists and creationists. Evolution is based upon faith and violates so many laws of science it is mathematically impossible. Scientific creationism gives evidence for creation from many branches of science. As Dr. D. James Kennedy points out in his full-length sermon on the text of Hebrews 2:6-7, the way the Christian and the evolutionist answer such questions as “Where did I come from?” “Why am I here?” and “Who am I?” are diametrically antithetical one to the other.