Item description for So Help Me God: The Ten Commandments, Judicial Tyranny, and the Battle for Religious Freedom by Roy Moore...
Overview Chief Justice Roy Moore believes the state must acknowledge the moral principles on which America was founded and that it is not illegal to do so.
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Studio: Oasis Audio
Running Time: 480.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.98" Width: 5.88" Height: 1.92" Weight: 0.87 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2005
Publisher Oasis Audio
ISBN 1589268539 ISBN13 9781589268531
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More About Roy Moore
Judge Roy Moore became a judge of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama in 1992 and served until his election as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2000. In 2003, Chief Justice Moore was removed from office for standing up for the inalienable right to acknowledge God. Today, he serves as chairman of the Foundation for Moral Law.
Roy Moore has an academic affiliation as follows - Oxford University.
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NOW THE REST OF THE STORY..... Sep 4, 2008
Former Chief Justice Roy Moore is one of the nations leading scholars on Constitutional Law (period)! The bottomline line here is that Judge Moore was denied the constitutional right to acknowledge God. The same court that recognized God by openning with prayer the day of his trial, fired him from his position as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for doing the same (ACKNOWLEDING GOD)!!!! How do I know? Because was there at the trial. Then, Attorney General Bill Pryor asked the Judge point blank and I quote "IF YOU RESUME YOUR DUTIES AS CHIEF JUSTICE, WILL YOU CONTINUE TO ACKNOWLEDGE GOD NO MATTER WHAT ANY PUBLIC OFFICIAL TELLS YOU"? I often wonder who Bill Pryor was acknowledging when he placed his hand on the Bible as he was sworn into office? Simply put, Judge Moore recognizing that fact that this country was founded on Godly principles and that our founding fathers knew this. The reason he was ordeered by the court to remove the monument was due to the fact that a couple of lawyers from the Southern Provery Law Center said they were offended by the monument when thet saw it in the Rotunda of the Judicial Building and that it was placed near the restroom where they had to pass it to get there! Again, how do I know this? I was at that trial as well. Chief Justice Moore knows alittle bit about the law, an knew that the court didn't have the right to order him to remove the monument, so the fight began. Despite the thousands of people throughout Alabama and the country that supported him, he lost this battle because of the conspiracy on the hill to get rid of him. In closing, read this book with an open mind and put yourself in his shoes, then ask yourself, What would I have done? What makes this book a great book, is the fact that everything in it is based on (actual true events) that happened.
Perhaps past the point of no return, but a timely book. Apr 3, 2007
To those who believe in Jesus and familar with the history of our America will understand this book.
To those who do not believe in Jesus and care little about our nation's history will hate this book, just as Jesus was hated.
America has become pluralistic. A nation of many gods and idolotry. We worship anything and everything but the one and only God of Abraham, the Alpha and Omega, the great I am and Lord of the universe. We refuse to worship God Almighty because of pride and fear of rules. The liberal mindset of America today has violated the 2nd commandment -- thou shall not have make a graven image (idolotry). We have made a god to suit ourself, created our own rules and removed the once understood 10 commandments. Then we wonder why our country has so many problems with crime and immorality. We have forgot from where we came.
[...] Where will you go when you die? Are you Good enough to go to heaven?
crystal clear... Jan 2, 2007
Thank you, Judge Moore for your uncompromising stand in regard to following the Constitution, and the rule of law. It's so easy these days to compromise, and take the easy path. It's refreshing to see a man with backbone and courage, who counts the cost, and still does the right thing! You present your case explaining the foundations of the Constitution and rule of law with crystal clarity. You're truly an inspiration. In the ages to come, we will find Judge Moore hanging out with Jefferson, Washington, Adams...and the rest of our great nation's founders.
The State is the Church for Secular Humanist Liberals Nov 7, 2006
In Alabama Judge Moore was not allowed to acknowledge the Judeo-Christian God and His ten commandments as being the foundation for our laws, something that is easily demonstrable and clearly our heritage. Judge Moore simply exposed the hypocrisy of a judicial system that acknowledges the Judeo-Christian God by opening in prayer and swearing oaths on a Bible, but prohibits acknowledging God in our historical foundation for law as he did. Judge Moore further demonstrated their logically fallacious reasoning in that they would not allow him to display the commandments, citing the establishment clause, but they refused to define the key word "religion" in this clause. So in effect, they decided that he violated a clause that they were unwilling to define. In doing so Judge Thompson actually stated that he found what Judge Moore did "religiously offensive." How ironic considering Thompson would not even define the word.
Simply put, every law and liberty upon which this country was founded is based on the Judeo-Christian ethic. The secular humanist liberal progressives do not want the American public to recognize that. They point to a few secular oriented statements, but fail to point out that the great preponderance of the evidence points toward biblical foundations for our laws and liberties. Facts like, 1/3 of the quotes in the books and papers written by founding fathers are Bible verses, that 52 of the 55 were regular in church attendance, and that the prolific use of references to God in official documents points to the fact that their view of the establishment clause was far different than the secularist of today that wishes to ban all such reference. Even the Declaration of Independence that established our liberty to be an independent nation states that our rights come from the Creator and because of that they are unalienable (absolute, not awarded by human power, not transferable to another power, and incapable of repudiation). This knowledge interferes with the humanist agenda to change laws and liberties as we humans progress to a so-called higher form of liberal society by casting off the shackles of these Creator endowed rights. But of course this is anarchy, for there are no humanistic standards for right and wrong that can be agreed upon by millions of discordant people each serving their own self-interest. Outside of the words of a revelatory God such as we find in the Bible nothing can be said to be inherently right or wrong. Furthermore, concepts like separation of church and state, freedom of speech, rule of law, juvenile restrictions, bearing false witness, sanctity of life, and marriage, are in and of themselves biblical concepts. They flow from and through that particular belief system.
The secular humanistic viewpoint is also hypocritical since it is itself a religious belief system. As it has been aptly said, there can be no separation of church and state for the secular humanist, for the state is their church. The establishment clause prohibits government interference with the free exercise of religion. By banning all acknowledgement of God by government officials, even when it is based on clear historical reference, the government is interfering. Even a world famous atheist that recently converted to theism because of the powerful argument to design from the plethora of discoveries in genetics and molecular cell biology says the liberal activist judges in the U.S. have interpreted the constitution the wrong way. Antony Flew said "the Supreme Court has utterly misinterpreted the clause in the Constitution about not establishing a religion: misunderstanding it as imposing a ban on all official reference to religion." Although a theist, he is only barely so. This guy hopes there is not an afterlife and does not like any organized religions (including Christianity), which makes him an especially credible witness to what is going on in this country.
The facts are clear, there is a faction that is currently trying to establish secular humanism as our national religion, and they are using state agency to do so. Will the American populace tolerate the complete secularization of society through government supported, communistic social policy dependency and its associated philosophical indoctrination into the state sponsored religion of secular humanism? Liberals don't want you to know that behind all the smoke and mirrors of political rhetoric and banter, this is the true battle raging in 21st century America.
Are our laws and liberties going to be subject to the whims of secular humanist progressives, or shall they remain in the domain of the constitution and its amendments as set forth with the original intent of the framers? We stand at a crossroads as we begin the 21st century. Is America going to become the brave new world of the liberal with all the moral norms of the jungle, or are we going to be a constitutional republic founded upon biblical principles, the same principles that made this nation great for its first 200 years. This is the generation that must choose. Read Roy's book, it is an eye opener, but don't expect those of the secular humanist persuasion to give it a good review.
Judge Moore for Supreme Court Nov 8, 2005
Wow, finally the whole story. It is hard to believe that men with as much courage, backbone, and strong morality still exist in America. This, folks, is the story of a modern American HERO. Nowadays, true heroes are ignored, blacklisted, put in jail, harassed, made fun of, and purposely misunderstood. Moore is no exception, as this story points out. In the meantime, I will be helping this man become the next governor of Alabama.