Volume 10, Issue 2: Footnotes
Our impeccable sources
Quotations in Order of Appearance
1 The Banner of Truth Trust, Carlisle, PA, 1980.
2 How Vincent gets this from the Fifth Commandment is entirely beyond me, but, hey, this is a column on civil government, so it's not my job to figure it out. If you've got a problem with it, talk to Wilson.
3 Howard Phillips, presidential candidate of the U.S. Taxpayer's Party, once said that he pays more than he owes, just to be safe.
Repairing the Ruins
1 It's interesting to note that although Alexander Hamilton was a prominent figure in the re-founding of our nation, very few of his ideas made their way into the U.S. Constitution.
2 U.S. Constitution, Section 8.(1)
3 McDonald, Forrest, Novus Ordo Seculorum, pp.264,265, from America: The First 350 Years by Steve Wilkins, Covenant Publications, Monroe, LA, 1988, p. 86.
4 Wilkins, Steve, America: The First 350 Years, Covenant Publications, Monroe, LA, 1988, p. 83.
5 TORASCO v. WATKINS 367 U.S. 488, U.S. Supreme Court Decision of June 19, 1961, Mr. Justice Black delivered the opinion of the Court in which he stated in paragraph FN11, "Among religions in this country which do not teach what would generally be considered a belief in the existence of God are Buddhism, Taoism, ethical culture, secular humanism and others."
1 Gorgias, 481d— E. Hamilton & H. Cairns, ed., Plato: The Collected Dialogues (Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1985) p. 265.
2 Protagoras, 309a—Ibid.
3 Symposium, 217aff—Ibid.
4 K.J. Dover, Greek Homosexuality (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989) p. 154.
5 Symposium, 209a—Hamilton, Plato.
6 Ibid., 209cd.
7 Cited in Steven Ozment, When Fathers Ruled (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press, 1983) p. 10.
8 Cited ibid., p. 31.
9 John Milton, Paradise Lost, Bk. IV, 765.
1 Oswald T. Allis, Prophecy and the Church. (Phillipsburg, New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1945). p. vii. This entire O.T. Allis reprint is used with permission from Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing.
2 Ibid. p. 16-18. In listing the 3 reasons why strict literalism is impossible, several scriptural examples were omitted for lack of space.
3 Ibid.p. 53-54. The quote at the end is from Fairbairn On Prophecy, p. 1.