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Reclaiming the Original American Vision

Reclaiming the Original American Vision

There are some that would say private faith has no place in the public sphere. Historian Eddie L. Hyatt shows this was not what America’s Founders believed, and urges all Americans to recapture their vision that linked faith and freedom together. In a meeting with Delaware Indian chiefs in 1779, George Washington commended them for […]

It Began with a Vision

It Began with a Vision

Reclaiming America’s Godly Christian Heritage – Part 1: “It Began with a Vision” This is a three part series that Dr. Eddie Hyatt presented at a “Revive America” weekend at Christian Life Assembly of God in Picayune, Mississippi. In this series, he documents the radical Christian character of the first immigrants to this land and […]

Did Peter's Vision in Acts 10 Pertain to Men or the Menu?

Did Peter’s Vision in Acts 10 Pertain to Men or the Menu?

  Chris A. Miller, “Did Peter’s Vision in Acts 10 Pertain to Men or the Menu?” Bibliotheca Sacra 159 (July-Sept 2002), pages 302-17. Over the years I have been interested in the various interpretations of Peter’s dream in the 10th chapter of the Book of the Acts of the Apostles. It is interesting to take […]

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