Studies in Christian Statesmanship™


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General CLP Materials

7001 – The Voyage

The stories of America’s covenant and birth, and of a political party for our times, that is standing in the gap, unafraid to honor the Creator as the giver of law and liberty. The Voyage is the beginning of the journey for a people no longer willing to serve the god of political expediency. 1999. VHS Temporally Out of Print

7002 – Introduction to the Christian Liberty Party

National Chairman Daniel Eby challenges us with the present dilemma of our nation and God’s command to disciple the nations. He shows how the necessity for the Lordship of Christ in politics and government points to the need for a Christian political party. Finally he states the mission of the Christian Liberty Party, shows the steps that must be taken to repair the breach in our nation and describes a model that will aid families in their God-given calling to disciple the nation. 2002. Audio; VHS

1214 Comprehensive Vision

Adopted at the national party’s founding convention in the year 2000, this booklet sets forth the party’s comprehensive vision. The six sections are titled Our Goals, Our Distinct Character, Our Message, Our Program, Our Structure, and Our Challenge. 2000. Booklet, 44 pp. .

1224 Digest of Principles

This booklet states the necessity of fundamental principles, and introduces the twenty-one principles of the Christian Liberty Party. These principles are grouped as follows: I. First Principles (Biblical): Our Statement of Faith; II. Derived Principles (Governmental): Our Philosophy of Government; III. Applied Principles (Political): Our Platform Principles. 2000. Booklet, 14 pp.

7012 – Morecraft, The Lordship of Jesus Christ and Politics

Pastor Joe Morecraft delivers a dynamic message on the Lordship of Christ in politics and civil government. 2002. Audio; VHS

103 – Membership Application Card

Studies in Christian Statesmanship - Level One

Studies in Principle

Lectures (approx. 54 min. each) are available as audiotapes individually or as sets, and as videotapes, sets only.

Lectures & Texts


1101 – Introduction to Levels 1 & 2, Overview & Faculty Introductions

Daniel Eby introduces the vision and program, and CLP leaders introduce the faculty members for the Studies in Principle field, Levels One and Two, who provide brief overviews of their subjects: R. C. Sproul, Jr., Herbert W. Titus, Daniel Eby, Christopher Strevel, James B. Rose, Marshall Foster, and Stephen McDowell. 2001. VHS.

Video Set (See individual tape descriptions 1111-1171, below.)

1107– Complete Set of Level 1, Introductory Studies in Principle, Seven-tape set, VHS.


1111 – R. C. Sproul Jr., What is a Worldview?

Our worldview is the sum total of our convictions. Its foundation includes how we know what we know, our basic purposes, and our view of man and of God. (Sproul makes us comfortable with the terms epistemology, teleology, anthropology, and theology.) If the superstructure is carefully constructed (alas, often not the case!) every part of it is consistent with the foundation. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.


1121 – Herbert W. Titus, The Bible: Law Book for the Nations

The subject of this lecture is The Ten Commandments. How do these laws apply to a civil order—in a nation where some are agnostics, atheists, Moslems, Buddhists, etc.? 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.


1131 – Daniel Eby, Raising Godly Citizens

Eby passionately believes that the Christian home is the foundation for godly citizenship. If parents will build on two foundational pillars (1, Biblical Education and Learning; 2, Government and Obedience) and pursue a family curriculum for raising statesmen, they will bring up children who prove their competency, overcome the lies and temptations of the world, and yield their lives in Christian service. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.


1141 – Christopher Strevel, Public Witness & Christian Apologetics

Strevel defines Apologetics as the defense of our Christian faith. Apologetics is saying to the world (in a humble, loving way), “I’m right and you’re wrong!” Strevel gives four reasons why Christians must engage in Christian apologetics, and three ways in which Christian apologetics in the public arena has been compromised. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.


1151 – James Rose, Thinking Governmentally

Rose asks the challenging question, “Who is in control of daily life?” He then presents three basic presuppositions: 1. There is only one God governing. 2. He governs in two spheres, the internal and the external. 2. He has ordained three divine institutions: family, church, and civil government. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.


1161 – Marshall Foster, The Providential Drama of History

After recounting several of the miracles in history, Foster asks, “Who is accountable for the fall of America? Isn’t it the believer? We’re the ones who let go of America! So if there is a remembrance, could there not be an awakening? There must be a remembrance of how far we have fallen.” 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.


1171 – Stephen McDowell, God’s Sovereignty Over the Nations

This lecture presents an overview of God’s sovereignty over the nations and addresses several questions: How does God accomplish His purposes for the nations? How are nations built? What responsibility do nations have to God? What are God’s purposes in the affairs of men? 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #1107.

Text for All Seven Subjects of Studies in Principle, Level 1 (1111 through 1171)

1101 First Steps to Statesmanship, Daniel Eby et al, eds.

Edited by Daniel Eby, David Barrett and Roxanne Sitler, this text contains one chapter by each of seven outstanding authors: R. C. Sproul, Jr., Herbert W. Titus, Daniel Eby, Christopher Strevel, James Rose, Marshall Foster, and Stephen McDowell. Their topics, respectively, are Worldview, Law, Citizenship, Apologetics, Government, History, and Nations. 2001. Paperback, 191 pages.

Studies in Party

1214 Comprehensive Vision

Adopted at the national party’s founding convention in the year 2000, this booklet sets forth the party’s comprehensive vision. The six sections are titled Our Goals, Our Distinct Character, Our Message, Our Program, Our Structure, and Our Challenge. 2000. Booklet, 44 pp.

1224 Digest of Principles

This booklet states the necessity of fundamental principles, and introduces the twenty-one principles of the Christian Liberty Party. These principles are grouped as follows: I. First Principles (Biblical): Our Statement of Faith; II. Derived Principles (Governmental): Our Philosophy of Government; III. Applied Principles (Political): Our Platform Principles. 2000. Booklet, 14 pp.

Studies in Christian Statesmanship - Level Two

Studies in Principle

Lectures & Texts


2110 Level 2, Worldview: Three-tape set (see 2111-2113, below), VHS.

2111 – Sproul, Lecture 1: The Foundation

Sproul develops the reason why man’s chief end (and God’s chief end!) is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. Indeed, the reason why all things exist is to shout out that God is glorious. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2110.

2112 – Sproul, Lecture 2: Be Not Conformed to this World

Sproul defines “plausibility structures,” demolishes relativism, and urges us to take every thought captive. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2110

2113 – Sproul, Lecture 3: God's View vs. the World's View

Sproul shows how to find and test the epistemology of any belief system. He exposes the Enlightenment and the Age of Empiricism. Under all Godless belief systems, the proponents’ problem is not intellectual, it’s moral. But they are all doomed! If you will not have God rule over you, you will have the state rule over you. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2110

Worldview Text

2114 Tearing Down Strongholds, by R. C. Sproul Jr.

Writing for both believers and unbelievers, R. C. Sproul, Jr. does three things: He shows how each major non-Christian worldview is self-contradictory and thus self-refuting; he answers the criticisms leveled against Christianity; and he makes a positive case for the existence of God. 2001. Paperback, 197 pages.


2120 Level 2, Law: Three-tape set (see 2121-2123, below), VHS.

2121 – Titus, Lecture 1: The Biblical Principles 1

This lecture examines the nature of law—What makes law, law? Defining law as “a rule prescribed by a superior that an inferior is bound to obey,” Titus firmly establishes the fact that God is the source of all law. We’ve abandoned the Scripture as the source and measure of right and wrong, and in so doing we have lost both liberty and law. The common law as revealed in nature and in the Holy Scripture is the only standard by which we can ever be a government of law, and not of men. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2120

2122 – Titus, Lecture 2: The Biblical Principles 2

This lecture deals with diversities of authority. Titus defines God’s authority of the Spirit, the rod, the staff, and the sword, in three jurisdictions: family, church, and civil government. He emphasizes the fact that civil rulers’ authority must be limited, if there is to be liberty. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2120

2123 – Titus, Lecture 3: The Biblical Principles 3

This lecture deals with the principle of equality. The Bible recognizes one race, many nations, two sexes. “Created equal” means “equal legally”: equally entitled to common-law rights; equally entitled to exercise dominion. Special privileges (entitlements) are unbiblical. But, national distinctions, and attendant privileges, are Biblical. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2120

Law Text

2124 God, Man and Law: The Biblical Principles, by Herbert W. Titus

This book is designed to challenge the reader to develop a Biblical understanding of law, with particular focus on law in the United States of America. Chapter 1 is an overview of law and legal education from two contrasting worldviews. The other seven chapters address seven foundational principles that permeate all of law and are in every area of practice, including criminal, personal injury, domestic, tax, commercial, estate planning, and constitutional. While the book contains some technical legal terms, the non-lawyer will find a glossary defining these terms. Hardback, 350 pages.


2130 Level 2, Citizenship: Three-tape set (see 2131-2133, below), VHS.

2131 – Chris Strevel, Lecture 1: Education—The Lordship of Jesus Christ in Education

First Steps to Cultural Transformation: A Call for All Christians Parents to Provide a Christian Education for Christ’s Little Ones. Strevel states the question, declares the necessity of Biblical education, and offers responses to standard objections to mandatory Christian education. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #2130

2132 – Tom Rose, Lecture 2: Economics—Introduction to Economics

Rose identifies the source of the word economics, defines economics as “the science of choice,” and sets forth two economic principles: Division of Labor and Specialization of Effort. He then raises two questions: “What makes something ‘valuable’?” and “What is the economic significance of the fact that man is created in the image of God?” 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #2130

2133 – Eby, Lecture 3: Civics for the Christian Citizen

Eby lists the leading ideas of Christian civil government, outlines the American form of Christian civil government, and elaborates ten elements of the practice of Christian political action. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #2130

Citizenship, Education Text

2134 Excused Absence, by Douglas Wilson

God calls Christian parents to raise their kids for Him. Because they belong to God, are we called to surround them with a biblical worldview from the time they get up to the time they go down, including the hours from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.? R. C. Sproul, Jr. writes on the back cover: “With all the gentility and tact of a desert prophet, Doug Wilson explains why Christian parents must say to their educational taskmasters, ‘Let our children go.’” Paperback, 138 pages

Citizenship, Economics Texts

2135 Free Enterprise Economics in America, by Tom Rose

Rose explains key concepts about the free-enterprise system that made America great. Written from a biblical perspective in concise form, this book deals with the free market’s moral foundations and practical functioning. Paperback, 64 pages

2136 God, Gold, and Civil Government, by Tom Rose

Rose explains the advantages of following free-market principles vs. government interventions, and how a return to a gold-coin standard would give citizens a strong “veto power” over the spending of politicians and bureaucrats. He evaluates the Federal Reserve System and its monetary policies. This is a concise, easy-to-read book with suggestions on how to restore freedom and self-responsibility in our American Republic. Paperback, 176 pages

Citizenship, Civics Text

2137 – To be developed, by Daniel Eby


2140 Level 2, Apologetics: Three-tape set (see 2141-2143, below), VHS.

2141 – Strevel, Lecture 1: The Trivium of Christian Apologetics

Strevel develops the goal, the standard, and the method of Christian apologetics. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2140

2142 – Strevel, Lecture 2: Absolute Certainty & Christian Apologetics

The Word of the Lord is the foundation for certainty. There are five Biblical foundations for absolute certainty:

1. God is the only source of knowledge. 2. There are two levels of knowing: Ours is finite; His is absolute, complete. 3. The knowledge of God is inescapable. 4. The Fourth Foundation for Certainty: Jesus Christ. 5. Faith precedes knowledge. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2140

2143 – Strevel, Lecture 3: The Apostolic Model for Christian Apologetics

This lecture examines Paul as a model, and his method and mindset as demonstrated in Acts 17 in defending the faith.. 2001. Audio, VHS in set only, #2140

Apologetics Text

2144 Every Thought Captive, by Richard L. Pratt.

In down-to-earth language, Pratt has given us this helpful study manual on apologetics, the task of defending the faith. Far from a theoretical exposition, this training manual teaches how to answer non-believers and “bring every thought captive to the obedience of Christ.” Paperback, 142 pages.


2150 Level 2, Government: Three-tape set (see 2151-2153, below), VHS.

2151 – Rose, Lecture 1: Governmental Principles 1

Rose examines the first basic presupposition: there is only one God governing. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2150

2152 – Rose, Lecture 2: Governmental Principles 2

Here we examine the second basic presupposition: God governs in two spheres of government. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2150

2153 – Rose, Lecture 3: Governmental Principles 3

Rose develops his third presupposition: God has ordained three divine institutions—family, church, and civil government. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2150

Government Text

2154 To be developed, by James B. Rose


2160 Level 2, History: Three-tape set (see2161-2163, below), VHS.

2161 – Foster, Lecture 1: The Creation of Christendom

The mighty heroes of the world conquered nations for themselves and made them miserable. The apostles conquered them for Christ and made them happy. The “Dark Ages” were actually an Age of Faith. 2001.. Audio; VHS in set only, #2160

2162 – Foster, Lecture 2: European Reformation

This lecture highlights Martin Luther, “Reluctant Revolutionary”; John Calvin, “Mental Engine of the Reformation”; and Five Ideas that Changed the World. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2160

2163 – Foster, Lecture 3: The Miracle of America

Foster shows the roots of the Constitution in the diverse ecclesiastical forms that were represented in the Colonies. He traces the path from Awakening to Revolution. He then highlights the patriot pulpit, the forgotten miracles of the Continental Army, and finally America’s forgetting her destiny—which gave rise to the birth of secularism in America. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2160

History Text

2164 The American Covenant, The Untold Story, by Marshall Foster and Mary Elaine Swanson

Recounting the covenant of our forefathers, this text documents the biblically-based personalities and principles that formed the foundation for America’s economic, governmental, legal, educational and spiritual institutions. Paperback, 186 pages.


2170 Level 2, Nations: Three-tape set (see 2171-2173, below), VHS.

2171 – McDowell, Lecture 1: How to Disciple Nations

From Matthew 28:19-20, Deuteronomy 4:5-8, II Corinthians 3:17, and Proverbs 29:18, McDowell draws the orders, the promises and the warnings related to our task of discipling the nations. He points to God’s authority and jurisdictions, and the purpose and responsibility of the individual, the family, the church, and the civil government. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2170

2172 – McDowell, Lecture 2: Fulfilling the Cultural Mandate

Genesis 1:28 says, “…fill the earth and subdue it.” McDowell encourages us to fulfill this mandate in six ways: discover truth through science; apply truth through technology; interpret truth through the humanities; implement truth through commerce and social action; transmit truth through education and the arts; preserve truth through government and law. 2001. Audio; VHS in set only, #2170

2173 – McDowell, Lecture 3: Influence of the Bible on the Development of American Constitutionalism

Civil liberty is the product of the Bible in the hands of the people. Christianity is the source of both civil liberty and American Constitutionalism. McDowell traces the development of civil liberty, including religious liberty, over several centuries, climaxing in our Declaration of Independence. This lecture is a very fitting capstone to Studies in Principle, Level Two. 2001. Audio, VHS in set only, #2170

Nations Text

2174 Liberating the Nations, by Stephen McDowell and Mark Beliles

The principles of the Bible affect all of life, including families, education, churches, the media, government, economics, and business. The authors attempt to provide principles from the Bible that apply to these areas. “Our goal is to set forth fundamentals for building Christian nations.” Paperback, 214 pages

Studies in Public Service

Lectures & Tests


2411 – Tom Rose, Governmental Interposition

Rose defines governmental interposition and Biblical application, then gives historical examples of governmental interposition in America. Finally he cites the fateful events that have led to guaranteed growth of ever-increasing centralized power and tyranny in Washington, D.C. 2002. Audio; VHS.

Interposition Text

2412 Reclaiming the American Dream by Reconstructing the American Republic, by Tom Rose

This book explains a little-known, but powerful principle, "governmental interposition," by which intermediate magistrates can come to the rescue of citizens who are being tyrannized by out-of-control government rulers and bureaucrats. Rose discusses the Biblical influence on American government, the Biblical flow of power, how the principle was used in the Bible and in American history, and, finally, how the principle can be applied today. Paperback, 44 pages

Studies in Christian Statesmanship - Level Three

Studies in Principle

Lectures & Tests


3110 Level 3, Worldview: Six-tape set (see 3111-3116, below), VHS.

3111 – Sproul, Lecture 1: Not One Inch

Sproul reemphasizes the point (made so effectively in his first Level Two lecture) that a right worldview begins with a right view of the beginning of the world. He warns against letting those outside the Kingdom set our agenda. He exposes Darwinists’ goal and extols the work of Francis Schaeffer and especially Abraham Kuyper, who proclaimed, “There is not one square inch of the universe over which Jesus Christ does not declare, ‘Mine!’” A sound worldview begins with God’s ownership in creation and ends with Christ’s Lordship in re-creation. 2002. Audio, VHS in set only, #3110

3112 – Sproul, Lecture 2: The Heavens Declare

How do we understand the world? Sproul reports how the Greeks struggled with this question and outlines three options open to us. Whatever our reasoning, it all comes back to God. Creation shows us a God of both productivity and beauty. In that light we must view our work (it should produce paychecks and beautify God’s world) and our children (workers, and works of art). 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3110

3113 – Sproul, Lecture 3: What is Man?

Nearly all worldviews acknowledge that the world is imperfect, and they all have formulas for improving out lot. The Christian worldview moves quickly from creation to fall: mankind moves from the original high calling to the fallen state requiring redemption. Darwinism sees man as an accident, getting better and better—and therefore seeking to rule over others. We move, ultimately, to greater-than-glory; those outside the kingdom, to worse-than-dust. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3110

3114 – Sproul, Lecture 4: Of Man and Men

God made us to be in relationships. God made a covenant with man, and thereby established the family. He also established the church, and the state. If we are to be faithful, we must keep these things in their proper places, affirming the Lordship of Christ over all things. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3110

3115 – Sproul, Lecture 5: Pretenders to the Throne

God’s institutions exist to fulfill God’s dominion mandate. This must be the center of our purpose in our worldview. As individuals, as members of families, and worshipers and rulers we exist to turn the whole of creation into God’s garden—and it is the devil’s work to prevent this from happening—to destroy. His strategy is often to provide viable alternatives to the acknowledgment of the Lordship of Christ. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3110

3116 – Sproul, Lecture 6: His Kingdom is Forever

Not all that Christ calls His, renders allegiance to Him (though some day it will). Our job is to get to that point, and to bring the rest of the world with us. Our goal in this Party, like Kuyper’s before us, is to affirm the Lordship of Christ from beginning to end, in peace or under tyranny. All that we do and think, we do and think under the rule of Christ. We go about our work in confidence, for He rules over all things. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3110

Worldview Text

3117 Christianity, A Total World and Life System, by Abraham Kuyper

This book is an abridged edition of the six 1898 Stone Lectures delivered at Princeton Theological Seminary by Abraham Kuyper, who later became Prime Minister of The Netherlands. It includes the following key points: The Biblical system for life; four life systems; man and his purpose; the church and her purpose; politics, spheres and jurisdictions; comparing the Christian worldview with humanism; a new living root for the future; Christianity or paganism: the living God or an idol? Study guide and review questions. Paperback, 121 pages plus 44-page study-guide supplement.


3130 Level 3, Citizenship: Two-tape set (see 3133 and 3134, below), VHS. (Lectures on Education and Civics to be completed at a later date.)

3133 – Tom Rose, Lecture 3: Economics—The Economic Sphere vs. the Political Sphere

Rose deals with (1) two spheres of human action: the voluntary vs. the coercive; (2) the principle of sphere sovereignty: the division of society into various spheres of social action; (3) the existence of sin in the world and its implications; (4) the interaction between the political (coercive) sphere and the economic (voluntary) sphere; (5) how freedoms are lost; (6) how freedom is like a three-legged stool (economic, political, and spiritual). 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3130

3134 – Tom Rose, Lecture 4: Economics—Money and the Federal Reserve

Rose explains what a central bank is, and how it works; how the Federal Reserve Bank “finances” federal deficits (trading one liability for another = “assets”). He lists nine steps from full-bodied gold and silver coins to government fiat money. He concludes with a maxim: People cannot control what they do not understand! 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3130

Citizenship, Economics Text

3139 God, Gold, and Civil Government, by Tom Rose

(See description under 2136, Level Two Studies in Principle, Citizenship, Economics Texts)


3140 Level 3, Apologetics: Six-tape set (see 3141-3146, below), VHS.

3141 – Strevel, Lecture 1: The Defense of the Faith: An Overview

An analysis of belief and unbelief; practical suggestions for witness. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3140

3142 – Strevel, Lecture 2: In The World But Not Of It: A Paradigm for World Discipleship

Understanding the nature of the world, living faithfully in the world, and taking the Gospel to the world. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3140

3143 – Strevel, Lecture 3: A City Set On A Hill: The Church as the Light of the World

The inescapability of the church’s involvement in social issues, the inevitable legislation of morality, the rejection of political polytheism, and the public defense of Christian morality. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3140

3144 – Strevel, Lecture 4: Two Kingdoms: The Christian’s Involvement in Politics

Political involvement: the inherent necessity of it, a biblical paradigm for it (goal, standard, motive, and method), and its religious nature. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3140

3145 – Strevel, Lecture 5: Messiah the Prince: The Civil Government and the Kingdom of Jesus Christ

The present reality, the cultural compromise, and the civil implications of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3140

3146 – Strevel, Lecture 6: Contra Mundum: The Public Defense of Christian Theism

The antithesis between light and darkness, the limitations of cooperation with other religions, and the unavoidable intolerance of Biblical Christianity. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3140

Apologetics Text

3147 You’ve Heard It Said: 15 Biblical Misconceptions That Render Christians Powerless, by Gary DeMar

With crisp insight into the Scriptural text, DeMar realigns the perspective on 15 myths, including these: involvement in the world is not “spiritual”; the Bible is only concerned about salvation; you cannot legislate morality; Christians should remain neutral; the Church should not be involved in social issues; religion and politics do not mix; there is a separation between church and state; God’s Kingdom is not of this world. Paperback, 240 pages (out of print)


3160 Level 3, History: Six-tape set (see 3161-3166, below), VHS.

3161 – Morecraft, Lecture 1: The Roots of the Reformation

The Christian’s historical task, the importance of understanding Reformation history, and the roots of the Reformation: from the first to the sixteenth century. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3160

3162 – Morecraft, Lecture 2: The Reformation in Europe

The historical and religious context; the beginning of the Reformation: Martin Luther; the Reformation: the rediscovery of grace; the standard-bearer of the Reformation: John Calvin; the lessons of the sixteenth century Reformers. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only. #3160

3163 – Morecraft, Lecture 3: The Reformation in England

The dawn of the Reformation in England: William Tyndale; the roles of the monarchs of England in the English Reformation; the English Puritans; the two greatest gifts of English Puritanism to the world. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3160

3164 – Morecraft, Lecture 4: The Reformation in Scotland

The difference between the English and Scottish Reformations, the Importance of understanding the Reformation in Scotland, the beginnings of Reformation in Scotland, the leader of the Scottish Reformation: John Knox, the impact of Samuel Rutherford and his book Lex Rex on America. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3160

3165 – Morecraft, Lecture 5: The Reformation in America: The Pilgrims and Puritans

The Pilgrims of New England, the Puritans of New England. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3160

3166 – Morecraft, Lecture 6: The Reformation in America: The Hugenots and Scotch-Irish

The French Hugenots in America, the Scotch-Irish in America. 2002. Audio; VHS in set only, #3160

History Texts

3167 – The Great Christian Revolution, by Otto Scott (Part III of the larger work by the same title) From the Reformation forward, Scott tracks the adherents of the major theological positions to their respective ecclesiastic and political destinies. The result is a riveting historical tour-de-force that exposes the underlying currents feeding the maelstrom of events that concluded with the restoration of Charles II to the British throne. Hardback, 227 pages

3168 The Emergence of Liberty in the Modern World, by Douglas F. Kelly

Kelly examines five church-state relations over a three-century period to show the impact of Calvin’s thought on civil government. Paperback, 156 pages

Miscellaneous Audiotapes

7003 – Eby, America Needs Christ

Delivered at the founding national convention in 2000, Eby . 2002. Audio

7004 – James Rose, A Providential View of History

2000. Audio

7005 – Doug Gamble, Setting the Cornerstone

Gamble challenges the members of the Christian Liberty Party to build on the Rock, which is Christ. 2000. Audio

7006 – R.C. Sproul, Jr., The Authority of the King

2001. Audio

7007 – James Rose, Repairers of the Breach

Rose focuses our vision on our duty to begin national reformation by first taking the mote out of our own eye. 2001. Audio

7008 – Doug Gamble, Is There Not A Cause?

This is Gamble’s stirring challenge to rise to the cause of national restoration. 1998. Audio

7009 – Doug Gamble, Stand or Die?

Recalling a challenge given by Douglas MacArthur during the Korean War, Gamble powerfully exhorts his hearers to respond to the need of the hour. 1999. Audio

7010 – Peter Marshall, Trial by Fire

Marshall’s historic oration delivered at his church while he was U.S. Senate Chaplain. 1948. Audio

7011– Herbert W. Titus, Education and the Constitution

A classic exposition by outstanding constitutional scholar and Christian who was once an ACLU attorney. 1998. Audio

7012 – Joe Morecraft, The Lordship of Jesus Christ and Politics

Pastor Joe Morecraft delivers a dynamic message on the Lordship of Christ in politics and civil government. 2002. Audio; VHS

7013 – Dean Gotcher, The Goals and Techniques of Secular Humanism

Gotcher’s unique presentation exposes the very roots of secular humanism, and the insidious use of technique group control by group facilitators. 2002. Audio; VHS

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