By Matt Barber The American church has a problem. It’s one part fear, one part confusion and one part apathy. Pastors, priests and rabbis have long swallowed the false notion that all things religious and all things political are somehow mutually exclusive—that never the twain shall meet. Leading up to Ronald Reagan’s landslide presidential victory

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Preached by Jacob Duche – 07/07/1775 The Rev. Jacob Duche´ (1737-98) was born in Pennsylvania, a descendant of Huguenots who immigrated to America with William Penn. He attended the College of Philadelphia (graduated in 1757) and the University of Cambridge in England. He was made rector of Christ Church in Philadelphia in 1775. Rev. Duche´

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Preached by William Gordon – 07/19/1775 A Sermon Preached before the Honorable House of Representatives On the Day intended for the Choice of Counselors, Agreeable to the Advice of the Continental Congress By William Gordon, Pastor of the Third Church of Roxbury An ELECTION-SERMON. I have no other apology to offer, for my venturing to

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Preached by Henry Cumings – 05/28/1783 A SERMON Preached Before His Honor THOMAS CUSHING, Esq; Lieutenant Governor, The Honorable the COUNCIL, And the Two Branches Of The GENERAL COURT Of The Commonwealth Of MASSACHUSETTS May 28, 1783.   Being the Anniversary of GENERAL ELECTION.     By Henry Cumings, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Billerica.

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Preached by David Parsons – 05/28/1788 David Parsons was an influential pastor from New Hampshire. He was born in Amherst in 1749. Parsons attended Harvard and graduated in 1771; he later received a Doctorate of Divinity from Brown University in 1800. Rev. Parsons pastored the Amherst Congregational church from 1782 until 1819, and was a proficient scholar.

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