Liberty – Prayer Meetings a Bible Study and a Baptism

In 1857 the U S Capitol building was America's largest church. A couple congregations shared the building for worship services.  Thomas Jefferson ordered the Marine Corps Band to serve the worship service music on Sundays. 

In 1782 the U S Congress printed a Bible that was then used for public schools.  This 8 minute tour with David Barton of the U S Capitol will inform and inspire you.  In 1830 the U S Congress commissioned the creation of 4 major paintings that depict the Christian influence in the Founders of America.  Prayer Meetings, a Bible Study and a Baptism are depicted in these amazing works of art that can stll be seen at the Capitol today.

Dave Barton 
Mon  Sept 13, 2010 
Subject: Christians in American History – Video Clips Below 

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David Barton Tour of the United States Capitol

 

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  1. You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.
  2. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.
  3. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.
  4. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.
  5. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it. 

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One Response to “Liberty – Prayer Meetings a Bible Study and a Baptism”

  1. Steve Astor says:

    The war with Britain cut off the supply of Bibles to the United States with the result that on September 11, 1777, the Continental Congress passed a motion that would have instructed its Committee of Commerce to import 20,000 Bibles from “Scotland, Holland or elsewhere.” This, however, was not a final vote. A second motion was made to pass an actual resolution to import the Bibles, but was postponed and never considered again. On January 21, 1781, Aitken petitioned the Continental Congress to certify his version of the Bible which he had already printed as being textually accurate. Congress agreed to his request to endorse his Bible as accurate to help out the American printing industry, but denied his other requests that his Bible “be published under the Authority of Congress,” and that he “be commissioned or otherwise appointed & Authorized to print and vend Editions of the Sacred Scriptures.” Despite the 7 year interruption in the availability of Bibles, and over a year without any competition from imports, his Bible was a commercial failure and he ended up losing over £3,000 on the 10,000 Bibles he printed. His later attempt to have Congress buy his Bibles and give them to soldiers being discharged was rejected by Congress. He died in Philadelphia in 1802.
    No truth in your statement that in 1782 the U S Congress printed a Bible that was then used for public schools! What other nonsense are you spreading?

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