Note: The message below came from a friend who commented on remarks I made about Bill Pryor’s treachery. My response follows. Daniel, I think you’ve got Bill Pryor wrong. A quick glance at Romans 13:1-4 reveals that God places individuals in governing positions and requires us to be subject to the authority of those offices. […]
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About Daniel J. Sparks
Anglican minister, teacher, speaker, and writer.
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Following are notes made by Daniel Sparks of the trial of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore before the Court of the Judiciary on charges of ethical misconduct for refusal to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of the state Judicial Building. Attorney General Bill Pryor prosecuted the Chief Justice. Wednesday, November 12, 2003 […]
On October 10, 2003, the Red Mass was held at St. Matthew’s Cathedral (Roman Catholic) on Rhode Island Avenue. U.S. Supreme Court justices attended, as well as other government leaders. Ten Commandments supporters were present, both in the service, and on the sidewalks in front of the church. The supporters held signs of the Ten […]
On Sunday, October 5, 2003, I walked a block from my hotel in Washington, D.C. to St. Matthew’s Cathedral on Rhode Island Avenue. A 10 a.m. service was scheduled at the church, where the Red Mass would be celebrated–a service held prior to the beginning of a new session of the U.S. Supreme Court, which […]