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The “Pilgrim Code of Law” is agreed to be the first justifiable “constitution” in world history, and its contents…overtly Christian. Why? Because wherever “rebel” Protestants colonized on the American frontier, so appeared the church covenants of those radical Christians.

Their covenants, not only provided structure for their churches, but, as their campsites inevitably grew into villages, towns and cities, those same church covenants evolved into what we know today as “constitutionalism.” You see, the men of the colonial frontier knew through close study of Scripture, that it provided all the principles and procedures necessary to establish a successful city.


Vuala! While constitutionalism in its embryonic stages certainly existed prior to this date, de-centralized constitutionalism was born, on November 15, 1636 when the Calvinist colonists gathered to approve the Pilgrim Code of Law!

Our American Constitution, in fact, is squarely the invention of Christian people, both before and after 1787. Ultimately, the modern secularist who argues against this fact of history is almost always Biblically illiterate, so they aren’t capable of offering proper credence and respect to the appropriate role of the modern Christian faith in American politics.

The Evangelical Church has been infiltrated by the Progressive Left. America has been conquered by the Globalist Elite. For Conservatives and Christians around this country, many are losing faith that God will turn things around.

I am more optimistic, however. Looking at church history and the Bible, we see that God works through a faithful few after it becomes virtually impossible. Why? Only then does He get all the glory.

Author: Cary Gordon

Cary Gordon is a tenured non-denominational pastor, who has served his local church (Cornerstone World Outreach of Sioux City) for the last 25 years. His most recent book, A Storm, A Message, A Bottle, has been highly acclaimed and endorsed by many church authorities across denominational lines. During the last election cycle, the Des Moines Register identified him as one of the 50 Most Wanted Republican influencers for presidential politics in the first-in-the-nation Iowa Caucuses. He is the face of the upcoming documentary movie, Enemies Within: The Church.

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