Today's American Minute

Billy Sunday Pro-Baseball Player comes out ... as a Christian evangelist! - preached to 100 million & pioneered radio evangelism - American Minute with Bill Federer

Billy Sunday Pro-Baseball Player comes out ... as a Christian evangelist! - preached to 100 million & pioneered radio evangelism - American Minute with Bill Federer

He challenged:
"Live so that when the final summons comes you will leave something more behind you than an epitaph on a tombstone."

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"My COUNTRY 'tis of Thee, Sweet LAND of LIBERTY"; & How Patriotism is opposite of Globalism - American Minute with Bill Federer

"My COUNTRY 'tis of Thee Sweet LAND of LIBERTY" - American Minute with Bill Federer

"My COUNTRY 'tis of Thee, Sweet LAND of LIBERTY"; & How Patriotism is opposite of Globalism - American Minute with Bill Federer

Franklin D. Roosevelt gave a patriotic address to the White House Correspondents' Association, February 12, 1943:
"In every battalion, and in every ship's crew, you will find every kind of American citizen representing every occupation, every section, every origin, every religion, and every political viewpoint.
Ask them what they are fighting for, and every one of them will say, 'I am fighting for MY COUNTRY.'"

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"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" --Edmund Burke & the French Revolution - American Minute with Bill Federer

"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" -Edmund Burke on the French Revolution - American Minute with Bill Federer

"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" --Edmund Burke & the French Revolution - American Minute with Bill Federer

Edmund Burke is considered the most influential orator in the British House of Commons in the 18th century.
His first notable writings was an anonymous publication A Vindication of Natural Society, 1756, which was a satirical criticism of the deism promoted by Lord Bolingbroke:
"... The same engines which were employed for the destruction of religion, might be employed with equal success for the subversion of government."

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Slavery, Ancient & Modern; and some Champions Who Fought to Abolish It - American Minute with Bill Federer

Ancient & Modern and some Champions Who Fought to Abolish It - American Minute with Bill Federer Slavery

Slavery, Ancient & Modern; and some Champions Who Fought to Abolish It - American Minute with Bill Federer

It is significant when examining slavery throughout world history, that it was Christian motivation, from the Quakers, to the Methodists, to the Second Great Awakening, to William Wilberforce, to the Salvation Army, and more, which was a driving force to abolish slavery.
As New York Senator Rufus King told the U.S. Senate:
"All laws ... imposing any such condition as slavery upon any human being are absolutely void because they are contrary to the law of nature, which is the law of God."

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"Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound ..." - John Newton, William Wilberforce, & ending slavery in the British Empire - American Minute with Bill Federer

"Amazing Grace & the fight to end slavery in the British Empire - American Minute with Bill Federer How Sweet the Sound ..." - John Newton William Wilberforce

"Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound ..." - John Newton, William Wilberforce, & ending slavery in the British Empire - American Minute with Bill Federer

Eric Metaxas wrote further:
"So it was ... on July 26, 1833, that the Emancipation Act passed its third reading in the House of Commons, ensuring the end of slavery in the British Empire, some three decades before the bloody Civil War would end it in America.
When an aged Wilberforce heard the news, he said, 'Thank God I have lived to witness [this] Day.' He died three days later."

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