Dr. Paul Jehle
The Great Charter of Liberty: 800 Years of Significance
Tuesday, June 9, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The Magna Charta was signed on June 15, 1215, so now celebrating its 800th anniversary! The founders of our Republic based their stand for independence on the written law. At numerous times they referenced Magna Charta as the fountain of English law and liberty. Why did they do this? What might they have known about its history and content that we do not? Join us to hear the true story of how Magna Charta came to be written and why it is significant for us to remember it on its 800th anniversary."
Dr. Paul Jehle became Plymouth Rock Foundation's third Executive Director in 2006, having been the Foundation's Education Director since 1988. Paul began traveling across the nation teaching on America's Pilgrim and Patriot heritage, holding 20 seminars a year in 35 States and 6 foreign countries. Paul Jehle has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Barrington College, and a Doctorate degree in Education from Whitefield Theological Seminary. Paul began giving walking tours of Plymouth and its monuments in 1978. He published "Plymouth in the Words of Her Founders" for tourists and interested visitors to Plymouth and Cape Cod, letting the Pilgrims interpret the monuments erected in their honor through their own words in 2004. Dr. Jehle founded The New Testament Christian School in 1980, a private Christian academy offering grades K-12. He became the Senior Pastor of The New Testament Church in 1987 where he and his wife began attending in 1975 and where they still serve today. Paul and Charlene have two grown children.
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A modest charge of $5 (individual or family) helps defray our expenses including an honorarium for our visiting scholars. Class size is limited to 40 classroom participants and 100 online connections.
Location: The Foundation for American Christian Education, 4225 Portsmouth Blvd., Chesapeake, Virginia 23321.
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