So Help Me God

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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. While the separation of church and state may be a credible and legitimate tenet, it has been largely misconstrued and abused during the last forty years.

Moore was sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States. His critics, both within conservative circles and without, have maintained that he violated the law by disobeying the...

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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. While the separation of church and state may be a credible and legitimate tenet, it has been largely misconstrued and abused during the last forty years.

Moore was sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States. His critics, both within conservative circles and without, have maintained that he violated the law by disobeying the order of a federal judge to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments. But Moore brilliantly argues that those who have ordered him to violate his oath have, in fact, broken the law.

So Help Me God will articulate why he believes elected and appointed government officials have the right and the obligation to acknowledge God as the foundation of American government and jurisprudence.

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His three-year battle to defend the public display of the Ten Commandments cost Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore cost him his seat on the bench but won him numerous supporters among conservatives and religious fundamentalists. In So Help Me God, the West Point graduate defends his stand and explains why those who ordered him to violate his oath have, in fact, broken the law.
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The U.S. Constitution has become a polarizing political, religious, cultural, and emotional issue. That said, readers will either be vehemently for or against this sensitive, intelligent, and clearly religious autobiography of former Chief Justice Roy Moore of Alabama, who was removed from office after refusing to move the Ten Commandments memorial from the State Judicial Building. The main issue is the public acknowledgment of the Judeo-Christian God, who gave us the Ten Commandments and who, according to Moore, inspired the writing of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. Liberal federal courts insist that these documents were framed by deists and secularists, not Christians, and that Moore's book is clearly revisionist history. But Moore insists that the federal courts are also not only interpreting the law but also making the law, taking jurisdiction away from state courts, and accepting the globalization of human rights, which does not always square with traditional American values. Like the Constitution, this thought-provoking book polarizes and should spark meaningful discussion among Americans. Recommended for public and academic libraries.-Gary P. Gillum, Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781589268524
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio
  • Publication date: 3/28/2005
  • Format: Cassette
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Product dimensions: 4.54 (w) x 6.92 (h) x 1.93 (d)

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