Timothy Ballard





Timothy Ballard

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Average rating: 4.20 · 214 ratings · 81 reviews · 8 distinct works · Similar authors
The Lincoln Hypothesis
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The Covenant: America's Sac...
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The American Covenant: One ...
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The Covenannt, Lincoln, and...
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“Freedom is not free! The Almighty offers these gifts contingent upon our willingness to turn to Him as a nation. It is a covenant relationship. That covenant is in force today, and the rules still apply.”
Timothy Ballard, The Lincoln Hypothesis

“to be ultra is to go beyond. is to attack the scepter in the name of the throne, and the miter in the name of the alter; it is to mistreat the thing you support; it is to kick in the traces; is is to cavil at the stake for undercooking heretics; it is to reproach the idol for lack of idolatry; it is to insult through an excess of respect; it is to find to little papistry in the pope; in the king to little royalty, and too much light in the night; it is to be dissatisfied with the albatross, with snow ,with the swan, and the lily for not being white enough; it is to champion things to the point of becoming their enemy, it is to become so pro you become con.”
~Victor Hugo”
Timothy Ballard, The Covenannt, Lincoln, and the War



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