Eddie Hyatt

  • Donald Trump, ‘God Bless the USA’ Bibles and Accusations of Christian Nationalism

    Donald Trump, ‘God Bless the USA’ Bibles and Accusations of Christian Nationalism

    President Donald Trump’s endorsement of the “God Bless the USA” Bible has been met with a storm of criticism. Some are calling it “sacrilege” and “heresy,” and others claim President Donald Trump’s endorsement of the “God Bless the USA” Bible has been met with a storm of criticism. Some are calling it “sacrilege” and “heresy,”

  • Why the Church Must Be a Prophetic Voice This Election Year

    Why the Church Must Be a Prophetic Voice This Election Year

    I walked into the office of the mayor of a north Texas city, handed him a copy of one of my books and said, “This book shows the role of faith and prayer in the founding of America.” He thanked me and then asked a question that momentarily stunned me: “What has happened to the

  • George Washington’s Secret Weapon for Defeating the British

    George Washington’s Secret Weapon for Defeating the British

    The third Monday of February is a national holiday in the U.S. known as Presidents Day, honoring America’s two greatest presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln’s birthday is Feb. 12 and Washington’s is Feb. 22. Here are some amazing, little-known facts about Washington and America’s War for Independence. In May of 1775, Washington answered

  • This Founding Father Helped Launch One of America’s Great Black Churches

    This Founding Father Helped Launch One of America’s Great Black Churches

    One of America’s Founding Fathers, Dr. Benjamin Rush, helped launch one of the most successful Black denominations in America today. Rush (1745-1813) was a Philadelphia physician, member of the Continental Congress, signer of the Declaration of Independence and served as surgeon general during the Revolutionary War at George Washington’s request. Rush was a passionate abolitionist who

  • Could America Become a Christian Nation Once Again?

    Could America Become a Christian Nation Once Again?

    They were called Dissenting Protestants, Nonconformists and Radical Reformers, and they were the ones who provided the philosophical and theological principles on which America was founded. They emphasized religious liberty and freedom of conscience and insisted that governmental force should never be used in matters of faith. In this, they differed from the Catholics, Anglicans

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