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BRING DOWN THAT WALL by Nicholas F. Papanicolaou


How the States Can Regain Their Constitutional Right To Set Relations Between Church and State

by Nicholas F. Papanicolaou

Pages: 164

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • RELIGION - Christian Church - General
  • LAW - Constitutional

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498409759

Price : $15.49

Type : Hardcover

ISBN : 9781498409766

Price : $23.99

Nicholas presents a strong and coherent case for the historical, political and legal background of the separation of Church and State. Any reasonable person reading this book will know that both the Founders and subsequent Presidents of the United States intended and understood that separation to apply only to the Federal Government. Under both the Constitution and the First Amendment, the States retained the right to regulate any separation, or non-separation, of Church and State.That right was usurped from the States by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1947.
William G. Boykin, Lt.General (ret) U.S.Army, Executive Vice President of the Family Research Council.
As President of Phoenix University of Theology, which was founded on Judeo Christian principles, I believe, Bring Down that Wall is a must read. It reveals the purposeful establishment of the United States around God and Christianity by our Founding Fathers. This will forever shatter the myth of ‘Separation of Church and State’ and in fact show the opposite to be true. Dr. Karen Drake
Nicholas Papanicolaou believes strongly in the Judeo-Christian religious foundations of the USA. He holds degrees in Economics from Harvard University, Business Administration from Columbia University and a Doctorate in Theology from Phoenix University of Theology. His previous book, “Islam vs. The United States”, received acclaim for setting forth fundamental truths. Nicholas is the worldwide head of the ecumenical Sovereign Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, also known as the Knights of Malta, He is one of three co-founders of the World Public Forum “Dialogue of Civilizations”, an NGO registered in Vienna, Austria. Since 2003, the Forum has brought together religious, academic and government leaders in Rhodes, Greece, at Unesco headquarters in Paris, and in Vienna, to discuss inter-cultural issues. Forum guests have included top national officials from the USA, Russia, India, China, Iran, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, the Palestine Authority, and sixty other countries.

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