11 10, 2021

Columbus: Oppressor or Liberator?

2021-10-11T11:59:51-04:00October 11th, 2021|America's Holidays, Featured, Notable Individuals in History, Providential History|0 Comments

Columbus statue toppled in St. Paul on June 10 Protesters of Native American Injustices Destroy Statue of Man Who Saved Thousands of Indian Lives   Stephen McDowell Apparently Native American lives don’t matter to a group of Black Lives Matter protesters, who tore down a statue of Christopher Columbus on June 9 in [...]

24 06, 2021

Braille and the Calling of God

2021-06-24T16:20:35-04:00June 24th, 2021|Featured, Notable Individuals in History|0 Comments

He brought sight to millions who were blind. Stephen McDowell   We have a calling in life. It is a divine calling. We are first called to God, to become His child and part of His family. Next we have a calling in the earth as part of mankind’s mission to rule or take dominion [...]

1 06, 2021

The Last Will and Testaments of the Founders Reveal Their Christian Faith

2021-06-01T16:31:21-04:00June 1st, 2021|Featured, Notable Individuals in History|0 Comments

Click Here for PDF download.   Compiled by Stephen McDowell Introduction The evidence of the Christian Foundation of America is great. The Providence Foundation has presented much of this in our books and publications, including America’s Providential History, America a Christian Nation, Building Godly Nations, and others. Many other people have written on the topic as well. But [...]

29 10, 2020

Martin Luther and Reformation Day

2020-11-19T15:52:36-05:00October 29th, 2020|America's Holidays, Notable Individuals in History|Comments Off on Martin Luther and Reformation Day

By Stephen McDowell   Protestant Reformation The focal point of the Protestant Reformation was the Bible being translated and made available in the common languages of the people. People began to read the Bible, and when they did these things happened: 1) Individuals were transformed; 2) The Church began to be changed, putting off corruption; [...]

5 05, 2020

The Pulpit and Politics – Peter and Frederick Muhlenberg

2020-05-05T11:20:29-04:00May 5th, 2020|Featured, Notable Individuals in History|0 Comments

"The Black Regiment" by Stephen McDowell So many ministers participated in the War for Independence that they were called “the Black Regiment,” in reference to their pulpit gowns, by the opposition. One member of the “Black Regiment,” Peter Muhlenberg, is honored by a statue in the United States Capitol Building. Benson J. Lossing writes of [...]

1 05, 2020

Samuel F.B. Morse

2020-06-03T10:45:52-04:00May 1st, 2020|Notable Individuals in History|0 Comments

Inventor of the Telegraph (1832) Samuel F. B. Morse invented the telegraph in 1832 and worked during the next decade to improve it. The first inter-city line was tested in 1844, when a message was sent from the Capitol Building in Washington to Baltimore. The invention of the telegraph was one of the most significant [...]