This book explores the biblical and historical roots of constitutional law in America, and compares the biblical/historical view with modern legal trends.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction – The Restoration of Our Legal Heritage
- Ch. 1 – Law and America’s Constitutions
- Ch. 2 – Covenant and Constitutions
- Ch. 3 – A Common People
- Ch. 4 – A Federal Republic
- Ch. 5 – Separation of Civil Powers
- Ch. 6 – Legislative and Executive Powers
- Ch. 7 – Judicial Power and Judicial Review
- Ch. 8 – Taxing and Spending
- Ch. 9 – Jurisdiction and Liberty
- Ch. 10 – Reclaiming Dominion
- Ch. 11 – A Righteous Example
- Ch. 12 – Restoring the Rule of Law
- Ch. 13 – A Covenant People
This book has 120 pages, 13 chapters, with chapter bookmarks. Available in .pdf, .epub and .prc file formats for reading on your PC, Kindle, iPhone or iPad, Android, etc. This is a fully digital edition of this work – it is not a hard copy publication. This electronic edition © Copyright 1987, 2006 Herbert W. Titus and Gerald R. Thompson.
“It is the purpose of this book to examine the true roots of American constitutional law as found in the Bible and our nation’s civil covenants. We will discover a remarkable unity between these documents when viewed from a biblical perspective. Without an understanding of the biblical view of law and covenant, this unity is often overlooked.” Herbert W. Titus and Gerald R. Thompson, from America’s Heritage: Constitutional Liberty.