An election sermon from colonial Massachusetts by Edward Barnard.
Something addressed frequently in American Reformer’s pages is political realism: the finitude of all political orders and constitutions.
Princes have laid down their Scepters at the Feet of Christ, and taken their Commissions from Him, he is pleased to make these his Ministers to protect his Church.
Republishing historic works that constitute a new but truer American canon of political though.
They retired into this then howling wilderness, that they might, without Offense or Disturbance to others, enjoy the inestimable Privilege of worshiping God.