Basic Course

A course of instruction offered by Separation of Church and State Law Ministry

Started November 29, 2017.

Short/basic lessons which systematically examine the Bible Doctrines of Government, Church, Separation of Church and State and the Application of those doctrines to the American experience. 

The course is presented in both written and video format. The video of each segment will be limited to 3 1/2 to six minutes. The student should not only watch the video but also read the more thorough short written lessons. Written lessons and videos are being produced and links will be added as they are finished.

It is OK to disagree on issues. The important thing is thinking and trying to glorify our Lord. Should anyone disagree on anything, please let me know. We can talk about it. If you prove me incorrect, I will repent and change the teaching. I do not get into the issue of the pastoral role, the roles of Deacons and elders, etc. The main issue considered are whether church and state should be united (whether a church should be established; see What is an Established Church?) or separate; and how to keep church and state separate. If you want to do the latter, you have come to the right place.

December 23, 2017: Introduction and Purpose of Separation of Church and State Law Ministry

Overview of Course

Written Lessons

Video Lectures

Make sure you proceed with the proper motive and goal:
The Motivation and the Goal

They Stood
1979 – Brother Lester Roloff

What happened to the Fundamental Baptist movement? What happened to Jack Hyles,  the Christian law association and David Gibbs? Why did they turn their back on truth about the Doctrines of Authority and Church? Because they, except for a small remnant, no longer understood the essentials, the New Testament Doctrine of Authority and the Doctrine of the Church.  They turned to man’s methods and reasoning instead of to the Bible. What about you and your church? Do you understand and practice what the Bible says about these and other related matters?


Defining and Applying the God Ordained Relationship between Church and State

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