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Why are Americans – Christians in particular – so devoted to the United States Constitution? Is it because we have been told repeatedly it is one of the most important documents ever written by man? Is it because it was based upon Biblical principles and is a great Christian document? In this book, you will find: A point-by-point comparison of the Constitution and the Bible. Primary documentation of the founding fathers’ religious and political beliefs. Biblical laws applicable to building a Christian government. Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution is a new book by Pastor Ted Weiland that deserves the supreme attention of American Christians. To my knowledge this is the only point-by-point Biblical analysis of the U.S. Constitution in existence. At every major point – and many minor ones along the way – the author finds the U.S. Constitution to be an anti-Christian document.

"For example the 'free exercise of religion' guaranteed by law in the U.S. Constitution is a direct contradiction of the First Commandment: 'Thou shalt have no other gods before me.' The author holds that the Bible protects 'freedom of conscience' in a Christian nation, but not 'freedom of religion.'

"The author has stated that the broken national covenant contained in the U.S. Constitution is the most important issue facing American Christians today. This is because the Constitution makes itself and all the man-made laws 'made in pursuance thereof' the 'supreme law of the land,' with no mention of Bible law. That makes the Constitution an idol. Until American Christians abandon their idolatrous worship of the false god, 'we the people' enshrined in the Preamble, God will never bless their efforts at reform."
Dennis Woods,
Author of Discipling the Nations
"Pastor Ted Weiland recently came to our Church to speak on his book Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution. During his lectures I remembered the passage in which the Apostle Paul exhorts the Christian Church to 'test all things,' which of course presupposes a standard. The standard is the living Word of Yahweh, the thing that Pastor Weiland was testing, the United States Constitution, a task that has not been taken up till now. How does the Constitution fare in such an examination? Though it may be an unpopular truth, the Constitution fails.

"It takes a great deal of courage to stand against the waves of those attempting to prop up the Constitution as a Christian document. Our congregation is very grateful that Pastor Weiland has a love for what is true, and a desire to share those truths with those who have ears to hear them. The Constitution is not a divinely inspired document, but rather a humanistic, polytheistic, and even blasphemous work of man. I would greatly encourage Church leaders to take the time to listen and read his book. Thank you, Pastor Weiland, for coming all the way to Ohio to teach us, and for your labor in writing this outstanding book!"
Clint Zeigler,
Pastor of Sovereign Christ Church
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Softbound: 85 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9755943-9-1
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x .25 inches

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Hardcover: 565 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9838526-1-2
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 2 inches

Their Relevance Under the New Covenant

Fundamental Christians profess that Yahweh’s laws are perfect, but they either believe the law has little relevance to the New Covenant Christian or that it has been abolished altogether. Many Christians identify themselves as New Testament or New Covenant Christians, and yet they reject the foundation of the New Covenant, found in Hebrews 8:8-10 and other verses.

This booklet (excerpted from Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective) offers irrefutable proof that Yahweh’s kingdom exists here on earth and that He expects Christians to use His perfect laws to govern that kingdom.

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Softbound: 55 pages
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5

Are Christians obligated to obey the government under all circumstances? Christian Duty Under Corrupt Government... is a phrase by phrase analysis of Romans 13:1-7 that completely dispels the standard arguments of theologians whose gross misinter-pretations and skewed world view have turned these seven verses into a sword of oppression rather than a shield from tyranny. The scriptural and historical truths contained herein were a rallying cry in the American War for Independence. Had we not lost sight of these fundamental truths America would still be a free and independent nation....
Paul Hall,
Managing Editor, The Jubilee
Christian Duty Under Corrupt Government will prove to be a real eye-opener to the masses of Christians who believe the Bible teaches that Christians must submit to governing authorities, regardless; or who otherwise have bought into the lie that there must be a separation of church and state. Evangelist Weiland has brought forth scores of quotations from colonial preachers and patriots and coupled them with his own analysis to provide a logical, clear, and Scripturally accurate exegesis of this critically important passage in the Book of Romans.
James W. Bruggeman,
Pastor, Stone Kingdom Ministries
Theological error always comes before political error. Most, if not all, of our nation's political error is a result of theological error taught in our pulpits. The creator's order of creation put mankind second in command. Governments are a latter creation and are either righteous or evil, depending upon the spiritual condition of the creators. Political correctness is dependent on theological correctness. Theological and political error has put our nation at great risk. Christian Duty Under Corrupt Government; is timely since we still have an opportunity to influence the future. Our nation's founders taught a more correct theology than we hear today. My hope and prayer is that this book will be read by many of our countrymen.
M.J. "Red" Beckman,
Theologian, Writer, Lecturer

Price: $7.00
Softbound: 84 pages
ISBN-10: 0-9755943-4-6
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x .25 inches



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