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The Founders As Christians
04/2006
A collection of quotes from the Founding Fathers.
Should Christians - Or Ministers - Run For Office?
By John Witherspoon - 2002
Founding Father John Witherspoon's sagacious rebuttal to the 1777 Georgia Constitution's provision forbidding clergymen from serving in the Georgia legislature
Importance of Morality and Religion in Government
01/2000
A collection of quotes from the Founding Fathers.
The Importance of Voting and Christian Involvement in the Political Arena
01/2000
"A collection of quotes from the Founders and other leaders on the importance of informed, judicious voting by the people."
Sermon - Communism in Churches - c. 1960     PDF
By Bishop Gerald Kennedy - 1960
In the following sermon, Bishop Kennedy addresses the evils of Communism and how the Bible relates to this issue.
Sermon - Easter - 1910
By Paul Dwight Moody - 1910
An Easter Sermon preached by Paul Dwight Moody in 1910.
Sermon - Memorial Day
By John Sayers - 1905
This is the text of a Memorial Day Sermon preached by John W. Sayers. It is found in the book The More Excellent Sacrifice: Memorial Day Sermons by John W. Sayers, published in 1905 and is one of his many Memorial Day sermons.
Sermon - Memorial Day
By John Sayers - 1905
The text of a Memorial Day sermon preached by John W. Sayers.
Sermon - People Responsible for Character of Rulers - 1895
By Henry Van Dyke - 2//1895
A 1895 sermon preached by Rev. Henry Van Dyke in New York City.
Sermon - Memorial Day - 1875
By Rev. Dr. Jewell - 05/29/1875
A Memorial Day Sermon delivered by Reverend F. F. Jewell at Pacific Hall of San Francisco on May 29, 1875.
Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address
By Abraham Lincoln - 03/04/1865
In one of his most powerful speeches, President Lincoln invokes God and Scripture in marking the nation's triumph over slavery and laying the groundwork for peace.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1864 Connecticut
By Charles Little - 11/24/1864
A sermon preached by Reverend Charles Little on the day of a National Thanksgiving. Rev. Little uses Titus 3:1 as the basis for his sermon.
Sermon - George Washington's Birthday - 1863
By George Richards - 02/22/1863
A birthday sermon celebrating George Washington's birthday, preached in Connecticut in 1863.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1852 Massachusetts
By Joseph Hodges, Jr. - 11/25/1852
A sermon preached on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1852, by Reverend Joseph Hodges, Jr. in North Oxford.
Sermon - Moral View of Rail Roads - 1851
By Samuel Clark Aiken - 02/23/1851
The Rev. S. C. Aiken cultivates a Christian worldview in his audience by presenting both a Biblical and historical context for transportation.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1850 New York
By Thomas Skinner - 12/12/1850
A sermon by Thomas H. Skinner on Thanksgiving Day on December 12, 1850 in New York.
Sermon - Christmas - 1844
By Robert Hallam - 12/1844
A Christmas Sermon, preached by Robert Hallam on Christmas Day, 1844.
Sermon - Christmas - 1841
By None - 12/1841
A Christmas sermon preached in Philadelphia in 1841.
Qualifications for Public Office
By Daniel Webster - 08/19/1840
"Daniel Webster persuasively reasons for the peoples' right to establish qualifications for their elected officials and acknowledges the importance of Massachusetts' ""respect and attachment to Christianity."""
Sermon - Christian Patriot - Boston, 1840
By M. I. Motte - 07/05/1840
"In this powerful sermon on Christian patriotism, the Rev. Mellish Motte challenges his congregation regarding the need for personal righteousness, particularly in the political arena, so that the whole nation may benefit."
Sermon - Dueling - Albany, 1838
By William Sprague - 03/04/1838
New York pastor William Sprague takes a strong stand against the practice of dueling and exhorts his congregation on the vital importance of praying for government officials in this sermon.
Oration- July 4th- 1837
By John Quincy Adams - 07/04/1837
A July 4th Oration given in 1837 at Newburyport, MA. John Quincy Adams gave this oration during the time he was serving in the United States House of Representatives.
Sermon - Marriage - 1837
By Henry Norris - 07/02/1837
English clergyman Henry Norris marks the recent passage of a new law on marriage by providing a detailed look at the marriage institution from a Biblical perspective. His sermon provides an example of how 18th and 19th Century clergymen regularly instruct
Address - Historical - 1835
By Edward Everett - 04/19/1835
This is an address delivered by Edward Everett on the April 19, 1835 in Lexington, Massachusetts. This address was given to commemorate the Battle of Lexington in 1775 which began the Revolutionary War.
Sermon - Modern Emigrant - 1832
By J. M. Horner - 1832
A sermon by Rev. J. M. Horner preached in New York in 1832.
Oration - July 4th - 1826, Massachusetts
By Josiah Quincy III - 07/04/1826
This is an oration delivered by Boston Mayor Josiah Quincy III on July 4th 1826, in Boston, MA.
Oration-July 4th- 1826
By George Bancroft - 07/04/1826
A July 4th oration given by George Bancroft at Northampton, MA in 1826.
Address - July 4th - 1822, Connecticut
By Thomas Robbins - 07/04/1822
This is an Address delivered by Chaplain Thomas Robbins in Hartford Connecticut on July 4th 1822.
Sermon - Election - 1818
By Harry Croswell - 05/14/1818
An election sermon preached in Hartford, Connecticut by the Rev. Harry Croswell on May 14, 1818.
Sermon - Election - 1816
By Pliny Dickinson - 06/06/1816
An Election Sermon, preached by Pliny Dickinson, on June 6, 1816.
John Jay on the Biblical View of War
By John Jay - 1816
Founding Father John Jay logically and methodically addresses the issue of war from a Biblical perspective.
Sermon - Election - 1814
By Jesse Appleton - 05/25/1814
An Election Sermon, preached by Jesse Appleton, May 25, 1814.
Sermon - Election - 1812
By Isaac Beall - 10/08/1812
An Election Sermon, preached by Pastor Isaac Beall, on October 8, 1812.
Sermon - Fasting - 1812
By Henry Colman - 08/20/1812
A fast day sermon preached by Henry Colman in Massachusetts in 1812.
Proclamation - Humiliation and Prayer - 1812
07/09/1812
"During the War of 1812, the House and Senate passed a resolution requesting that the President recommend a day of national public humiliation and prayer, which President James Madison did by proclamation on July 9, 1812."
Oration - July 4th - 1812, Massachusetts
By Benjamin Peirce - 07/04/1812
This is an oration delivered by Benjamin Peirce on July 4th, 1812 in Salem, MA.
Oration - July 4th - 1810
By Alexander Townsend - 07/04/1810
This is and Oration delivered by Alexander Townsend on July 4th 1810.
Oration - July 4th - 1810, Massachusetts
By Samuel L. Knapp - 07/04/1810
This is an oration delivered by Samuel L. Knapp on July 4th, 1810 in Newburyport, MA.
Sermon - Artillery - Boston, 1809
By John Foster - 06/05/1809
"The Rev. John Foster delivers what is called an ""Artillery Sermon"" – an annual sermon given before a military audience."
Oration - July 4th - 1808
By Andrew Ritchie - 07/04/1808
This is an Oration delivered by Andrew Ritchie on July fourth 1808.
Sermon - Solar Eclipse - West Springfield, 1806
By Joseph Lathrop - 06/16/1806
New England clergyman Joseph Lathrop uses the occasion of a solar eclipse to provide an explanation for the phenomenon and strengthen the Biblical worldview of his parishioners.
Sermon - Election - 1805
By Asahel Hooker - 05/09/1805
An election sermon preached in Connecticut in 1805 by Rev. Asahel Hooker.
Sermon - The Infirmities and Comforts of Old Age - 1805
By Joseph Lathrop - 1805
"In this 1805 sermon, preached when he was 74 years old, the Rev. Joseph Lathrop encourages his listeners to adopt a Biblical perspective on aging."
Oration - July 4th - 1804
By Joseph Story - 07/04/1804
This is a fourth of July sermon delivered by Joseph Story in 1804.
Dissertation - Right & Obligation of Civil Magistrate - 1804
By Simon Backus - 1804
An 1804 dissertation by Simon Backus given in Connecticut.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1803 Connecticut
By Evan Johns - 11/24/1803
Evan Johns delivered this sermon on November 24, 1803.
Sermon - Election - 1803
By Matthias Burnet - 05/12/1803
An Election Sermon, preached by Matthias Burnet, on May 12, 1803.
Letters Between the Danbury Baptists and Thomas Jefferson
10/07/1801
"This exchange is the source for the infamous phrase, the "wall of separation," as it pertains to the First Amendment."
Oration - July 4th - 1801, Massachusetts
By Charles Paine - 07/04/1801
This is an oration delivered by Charles Paine, Esq. on July 4th, 1801, in Boston, MA.
Sermon - Century - 1801
By Timothy Alden Jr. - 01/04/1801
This is a century sermon delivered by Timothy Alden Jr. on January 4, 1801 in Portsmouth New Hampshire.
Sermon - Century - 1801
By Joseph Lathrop - 01/01/1801
This is a historical sermon preached by Dr. Joseph Lathrop January 1, 1801 in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Sermon - Century - 1801
By Benjamin Trumbull - 01/01/1801
This is a historical sermon preached by Rev. Benjamin Trumbull in North-Haven, Connecticut on January 1 1801.
Elias Boudinot's Age of Revelation
By Elias Boudinot - 1801
Elias Boudinot wrote a defense of Christianity, which was published as a book in 1801 and was a response to Thomas Paine's anti-Christian book, The Age of Reason
Sermon - Election - 1800
By Joseph McKeen - 05/18/1800
An Election Sermon, preached by Joseph McKeen, on May 18, 1800.
Sermon - The Voice of Warning to Christians - 1800
By John Mitchell Mason - 1800
In this sermon, Rev. John Mitchell Mason, writes against Thomas Jefferson being elected as President.
Sermon - Fasting - 1799
By Eliphalet Gillet - 04/25/1799
A sermon preached by Eliphalet Gillet on the day of a national fast in 1799.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1798 Connecticut
By Nathan Strong - 11/29/1798
A sermon preached by Nathan Strong on the day set aside by the state for thanksgiving.
Discourse - July 4th - 1798, Connecticut
By Timothy Dwight - 07/04/1798
This is a discourse preached by Timothy Dwight, D.D. on July 4th, 1798 in New-Haven Connecticut.
Sermon - Fasting - 1798
By Jeremy Belknap - 05/09/1798
A fast day sermon preached by Jeremy Belknap in Boston on occasion of the national fast proclaimed by President John Adams.
Sermon - Fasting - 1798, Massachusetts
By David Tappan - 04/05/1798
A sermon preached by David Tappan on April 5, 1798, the day of the statewide Massachusetts fast day.
Sermon - Execution of Richard Doane - Hartford, 1797
By Nathan Strong - 06/10/1797
"In this ""Execution Sermon,"" Rev. Nathan Strong reminds his listeners of the terrible consequences of a sinful life apart from God, and urges them to be reconciled to God through Christ."
Thomas Paine Criticizes the Current Public School Science Curriculum
By Thomas Paine - 01/16/1797
"This piece was written in 1797, yet has immediate application today. Although Paine was a deist, he fails to fit neatly into the irreligious category, which is the usual portrayal."
Oration - July 4th - 1796, Massachusetts
By John Lathrop Jr - 07/04/1796
This is an oration delivered by John Lathrop Jr. on July 4th 1796 in Boston, MA.
Discourse - July 4th - 1796, Massachusetts
By John Cushing - 07/04/1796
This is a discourse delivered by John Cushing, A.M. on July 4th, 1796, in Ashburnham, MA, at the request of the militia officers in said town.
Sermon - Election - 1796
By John Marsh - 05/12/1796
An Election Sermon, preached by John Marsh, on May 12, 1796.
George Washington's Farewell Address
By George Washington - 1796
As you read Washington's closing thoughts at the end of his second administration, notice the principles that apply to all government, at all times. We have also added an outline and a select vocabulary for your convenience.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1795 Pennsylvania
By William White - 03/02/1795
A sermon preached by William White on March 2, 1795 in Philadelphia on a day of National Thanksgiving.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1795 Philadelphia
By Samuel Stanhope Smith - 02/19/1795
A sermon preached by Samuel Stanhope Smith on the day of national Thanksgiving on February 19, 1795.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1795 Massachusetts
By Thomas Baldwin - 02/19/1795
A sermon preached by Thomas Baldwin on the day of Thanksgiving proclaimed by George Washington.
Sermon - July 4th - 1794
By Joseph Lathrop - 07/04/1794
This is a sermon delivered by Joseph Lathrop, D.D. on July 4th, 1794 in West-Springfield, MA.
Sermon - Election - 1792
By William Morison - 06/07/1792
An Election Sermon, preached by William Morison (1748-1818), at Dover, New Hampshire on June 7, 1792.
Sermon - Election - 1792
By Timothy Stone - 05/10/1792
An Election Day sermon preached in Lebanon on May 10, 1792 by Timothy Stone.
Sermon - Election - 1791
By Chandler Robbins - 05/25/1791
An Election Sermon, preached by Chandler Robbins, on May 25, 1791.
Sermon - Election - 1790
By Daniel Foster - 05/26/1790
An Election Sermon, preached by Daniel Foster, on May 26, 1790.
Sermon - Election - 1788
By David Parsons - 05/28/1788
An Election Sermon, preached by David Parsons, on May 28, 1788.
Oration - July 4th - 1787, New York
By Robert R. Livingston - 07/04/1787
This is an oration delivered by Robert R. Livingston, on July 4th, 1787 in New York.
Sermon - Thanksgiving - 1783 Massachusetts
By Joseph Willard - 12/11/1783
Joseph Willard delivered this Thanksgiving sermon on December 11, 1783 to a religious society in Boston.
Sermon - Election - 1783
By Henry Cumings - 05/28/1783
An Election Sermon, preached by Henry Cumings, on May 28, 1783.
The Founders on Gambling
10/12/1778
A collection of quotes by the Founding Fathers on gambling.
Sermon - Election - 1775
By William Gordon - 07/19/1775
An Election Sermon preached in Massachusetts by William Gordon on July 19, 1775.
Sermon - Liberty - Philadelphia, 1775
By Jacob Duche - 07/07/1775
"The Rev. Jacob Duche delivers a powerful and compelling presentation of the liberty Christ provides His people, and the clear application of that liberty to the civil arena."
"Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death"
By Patrick Henry - 03/23/1775
Patrick Henry's stirring speech with Scripture references added.
Sermon - Christian Love - 1773
By Charles Chauncy - 1773
A sermon preached by Charles Chauncy in August, 1773 on the subject of churches helping the poor.
Sermon - Great Fire in Boston - Boston, 1760
By Jonathan Mayhew - 03/20/1760
"The Rev. Jonathan Mayhew exhorts his congregation after the Great Fire in Boston, providing them with a Biblical perspective of disasters and encouraging them to cultivate a humble and repentant heart before God."
Benjamin Franklin's letter to Thomas Paine
By Benjamin Franklin
This letter is Benjamin Franklin’s response to a manuscript Thomas Paine sent him advocating against the concept of a providential God.
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