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 God bless Roy Moore   continued from page 1

The more I see of these terrible crimes, the more I see the ACLU stand up and say, "Well, we ought to take down the Ten Commandments!" It just doesn't make sense. The American people know that the moral foundation of our law is found in the Ten Commandments.

What people don't know is that the very restrictions on government are contained within the Ten Commandments, within the two tables of the law. The first table being the duties we owe to God, the second table being the duties we owe to each other man's law, under God's law.

They don't recognize that the First Amendment guaranteed that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, the duty we owe to the creator and the manner of discharging it. The Ten Commandments themselves, in their two tables, illustrate the fact that government functions under the second table, because God ordained government to do so. But it did not allow an intrusion into the freedom of conscience under the first table of the law.

Joseph Storey in 1833, a Supreme Court Justice for 34 years, said very clearly in his "Commentaries on the Constitution," "The rights of conscience are, indeed, beyond the just reach of any human power. They are given by God, and cannot be encroached upon by human authority, without a criminal disobedience of the precepts of natural, as well as of revealed religion."

In other words, the First Amendment guarantees that man will retain freedom of worship because God gave it to them. So, it's not the right of government, it's not the right of a judge to tell anybody how to worship God, or that they must. But they must recognize that that right comes from God, as our founding documents, our organic law, The Declaration of Independence, says.

Q: To close then, let me get your views on some other struggles not entirely unlike your own. Currently, Lt. Gen. William Boykin, a Christian, is being criticized in the mainstream media for sharing, with church groups, his belief that the war on terror is a spiritual battle, that the enemy is Satan, and that enemy will only be defeated when we come at him in the name of Jesus.

A: I'm a military academy graduate. I fought in Vietnam. I applaud Gen. Boykin because he recognizes a basic truth. It's at the basis. Back in the 1950s, President Dwight David Eisenhower, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, they recognized exactly what Gen. Boykin recognizes. But today you see the media intruding their powers into the field of opinion. They sharply criticize anybody that comes out with the truth. And it fits exactly what Jefferson said in his "Bill For Establishing Religious Freedom."

He said that "truth is great and will prevail if left to herself; that she is the proper and sufficient antagonist to error, and has nothing to fear from the conflict unless by human interposition disarmed of her natural weapons, free argument and debate; errors ceasing to be dangerous when it is permitted freely to contradict them."

Now, all Jefferson said was that truth will always prevail over error, unless one thing occurs: Mankind enters and cuts off free argument and debate. And that's exactly what the print media, and other media in this nation, are doing cutting off free argument and debate, so that error does become dangerous.

We've got to open up our minds and our hearts to the truth. These things do derive from how men perceive God and perceive their existence. They do come from spiritual forces. Am I afraid of being criticized? Absolutely not.

I'll never be afraid of being criticized for standing for truth. Neither should Gen. Boykin. He's sworn to uphold the Constitution, just like I am. I applaud him. And I applaud others that stand up for the truth. And it's time that we wake up and realize that we are going to face criticism. "Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you: But rejoice in as much ye are partakers of Christ's suffering, that when his glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy."

Q: What are your thoughts on the court-ordered removal of the feeding tube of Terri Schiavo, a disabled woman in Florida?

A: When I see judges taking into their hands life and death, and thinking they have a right to do so, they have disregarded the fundamental definition of life contained in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, by which we are guaranteed due process. "Life is the immediate gift of God, a right inherent by nature in every individual; and it begins in contemplation of law as soon as an infant is able to stir in the mother's womb." So wrote William Blackstone in his "Commentaries on the Laws of England."

We began placing our lives into the hands of judges back in the 1970s, with Roe vs. Wade. And we've got to recognize what that means. That means that no person is safe, because some day they'll start saying that life should end at a certain time. And maybe that's what's happening in Florida.

see also Roy Moore Poll  What should Roy do now?

Jim Bennett is a freelance writer and radio host. He serves as the news director for Moody Broadcasting Network's WDLM-FM, reaching the Quad Cities of Illinois and Iowa.

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