After the Civil War ended in 1865, Americans began the business of reconstructing their country, and along with it, their Constitution. Kurt Lash, Professor of Law at the University of Richmond, analyzes the three amendments that ushered in a new era of freedom for all… Watch Now
Exclusive Interview with Matt Walsh Is Western culture allowing itself to be destroyed in the name of “tolerance”? The objective truths that society has relied on for thousands of years are being questioned into obscurity. The real-world consequences have been devastating. Children are being surgically mutilated under the guise of “gender-affirming care.” PragerU personality Aldo … More Is the Trans Agenda Destroying Western Culture? (Plus More)
Titus 1:15 (ESV) says: To the pure, all things are pure, but to the defiled and unbelieving, nothing is pure; but both their minds and their consciences are defiled. In fact, the whole of Titus 1 is a description of a man (Titus) of good moral consciousness vs. the mainstream evil immoral consciousness of the day … More Should Your Conscience Be Your Guide?
Most folks know I am a huge fan of The Pilgrim’s Progress, it is the most published secular book ever, and second, only to the Bible, in total printings. I have posted on it in the past, John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, Today in Church History, On This Date In Church History, A Picture of a True Minister (from John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress), … More Allie Stuckey: The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan
How did thirteen separate colonies become the United States of America? The answer is found in the second half of the American Constitution—Articles IV through VII. Kurt Lash, Professor of Law at the University of Richmond, explains. Watch Now
Did you know that freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms were not in the original Constitution, drafted in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787? So where did they come from? Sherif Girgis, associate professor of law at the University of Notre Dame, has the answer. Watch Now
Could anyone have predicted the future of America 200 years ago? Alexis de Tocqueville foresaw a society fraught with materialism and “soft despotism” in his classic study of self-governance, freedom, and equality, Democracy in America. Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, and Michael Knowles discuss what we can learn from de Tocqueville’s … More Democracy in America
Americans fought a long and bloody war to get rid of one tyrant, the English King, George III. They didn’t want to install a new one of their own making. So how did the Framers ensure that the President would have enough power to be an effective chief executive, without making him a dictator? John … More The Constitution: Presidential Powers
Also, check out PragerU’s 6-part series on science and God featuring Dr. Meyer, and get a free mini-book: Scientific Evidence for a Creator. Topics include: What’s Wrong with Atheism? — Science and God What Is Intelligent Design? Aliens, the Multiverse, or God? How Did the Universe Begin? Are Religion and Science in Conflict? Evolution: Bacteria to … More Does science disprove the existence of a creator?
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