Tahiti: 200 Years of Christian Culture

Two hundred years ago, in 1815, the recently converted Christian king of Tahiti, Pomare II, was attending worship on the Sabbath day. Suddenly, his enemies under the leadership of the Prophet of Oro furiously attacked the assembly, having been promised an easy victory by their Prophet. The missionaries, however had warned the king of such a possibility and the christian natives brought their ...

New Ethics Against Virtue

or How to Cowardly Abandon All Resolve and Condemn the Teaching of Those Who Fall from Favor and Lose Popularity After the manner of Erasmus When the sands of time have shifted, the winds of change have altered course, and the status quo yields so that his principles are no longer held in vogue, the time has come for the ...

Emeal Zwayne, God of the Generations

[T]he deterioration of the christian family, whereby christian parents are failing to proactively pass down a godly heritage to their children, is the root cause to [the secularization of modern society] we are seeing . . . today.?????????Emeal Zwayne, ...

Reflecting On the 1820s

[I]n the frame of society in the United States [during the 1820s, will be] found something clearly distinguishing a Christian from a heathen or Atheistic state, something worthy to be imitated by less enlightened communities and less favored natio...

Stephen R. Riggs, Takoo Wakan, pg. 386

That uncivilized heathen nations should first be civilized, and then Christianized, is a sentiment of the past. Now it is coming more and more to be acknowledged, that the Bible is the great civilizer of the nations.?????????Stephen R. Riggs, Takoo Waka...

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