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The Republic vs. Socialism
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Lessons in Liberty is a series of lectures and courses sponsored by The Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE) to help citizens better understand the source of liberty in our American Christian Constitutional Republic. The speakers are authoritative and the lectures topical. Join like-minded patriots who love God’s Word, and together, master the “lessons of liberty” so you can be used of God to help bring every aspect of culture “captive to the obedience of Christ.”

Rod Martin
The Republic vs. Socialism

Monday, December 5, 2016
(Pre-Recorded Lecture)

Where is liberty? Most people cannot define either a republican form of government or socialism, much less understand these completely antithetical systems of civil government. As we rush toward more and more state control, the land of the free is becoming the land of the oppressed. Benjamin Franklin famously said that we must “keep a Republic. How do we become keepers of liberty and of our great constitutional Republic?

Rod D. Martin, founder and CEO of The Martin Organization, is a technology entrepreneur, futurist, hedge fund manager and author. Fox Business News calls him a “tech guru,” Britain’s Guardian has labeled him a “philosopher-capitalist,” and Gawker describes him as a “brilliant nonconformist”. He was previously a senior member of PayPal’s pre-IPO startup team, Policy Director for Gov. Mike Huckabee, and President of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA). He serves on the Southern Baptist Convention’s Committee on Order of Business, as a trustee of Criswell College, and as Distinguished Visiting Professor of History, Government and Entrepreneurship at Hannibal LaGrange University.

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