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John Eidsmoe speaking in Grand Rapids, October 22nd

Posted By Max Lyons, Tuesday, October 21, 2014

If you live in the Grand Rapids area, this event will be well worth your time. I know John and have heard his outstanding teaching. He is one of the top constitutional attorneys in America!

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More than a blank slate! The roots of the US Constitution and of Common Law run much deeper than most Americans realize today. To understand the extent of the roots of the American republic we must take a look further back than 1787, when the Constitution was drafted in Philadelphia in Independence Hall, and back still further than 1776, when a group of fifty-five men dared to declare independence for a new nation. Going back to America’s first settlement in Jamestown, where Common Law was first established by the Anglicans in 1620, still does not bring us back to the roots of the republic. Join John as he takes his listeners back not just hundreds of years, but thousands of years, back to the Biblical roots of this nation’s government for an understanding and appreciation of the origins and the true meaning of “Thy Liberty in Law”. 

Join us for an engaging evening and book signing with author John Eidsmoe!

John Eidsmoe is a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel and Alabama State Defense Force Colonel, and a graduate of the Air Command & Staff College and the Air War College. He is Professor of Law at the Oak Brook College of Law and Government Policy and in his various teaching assignments his students have given him the Outstanding Professor Award or Prof of the Year Award five times. He has served as Senior Staff Attorney with the Alabama Supreme Court and is currently Legal Counsel for the Foundation for Moral Law. He is an ordained pastor with the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations and serves on the Board of Lutherans for Life, on the Board of the Plymouth Rock Foundation, and on the Board of the Gospel Martial Arts Union, and is a constitutional attorney who has defended home schools, Christian schools, the right of students to study the Bible in public schools, and the right to display the Ten Commandments in the public arena. He has authored 14 books, including Historical & Theological Foundations of Law, Christianity & the Constitution, God & Caesar, and Columbus & Cortez, and has produced numerous audio and video lecture albums including The Institute on the Constitution and Here I Stand: A Biblical Worldview for a New Millennium. He holds seven academic degrees in law, theology, history, and political science. A lifelong student of the Crusades, he is a Knight Commander and Chaplain for the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem (smotj.org). He is a Third Degree Black Belt with the American Taekwondo Foundation, a Fifth Degree Black Belt with the Gospel Martial Arts Union, and a Fifth Degree Black Belt with Black Belts of the Faith International. Colonel Eidsmoe is an avid horseman and skier, and tries to get 8 hours of sleep every week. He and his wife Marlene have been married since 1970, have three children (David, Kirsten, and Justin), and live in rural Pike Road, Alabama.

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