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THE NEWBURGH CONSPIRACY OF 1783

by George Harrell on Posted on

“I have ever considered that the United States are indebted for their republican form of government solely to the firm and determined republicanism of George Washington at this time.” – David Cobb, member of Washington’s staff On a chilly Wednesday morning in December, Colonel Thomas Pride and the Regiment of Foot took up position on the steps leading to the House of Commons, while Nathaniel Rich’s Regiment of Horse stood by if reinforcements were needed. As the members of Parliament arrived to perform their usual duties, they were astonished to find these military troops stationed on the steps. Colonel Pride … Continue Reading “THE NEWBURGH CONSPIRACY OF 1783”

History: A Moral Requirement

by Daniel Foucachon on Posted on

The study of history is a moral requirement for Christians.┬áThink of the Israelites who were required to remember the past.┬áThink of Paul in the NT: ‘These things were written for our instruction.’ – Wesley Callihan, Porch of our Fathers