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God, Law & Liberty is a podcast featuring FACT President David Fowler. We are excited to have you join us on our journey as we explore the relationship between God, law, and liberty and apply that to the issues of our day. We promise, you won't want to miss an episode.

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Foundations: Discovering the Real Problem

Jan 14, 2022

Today David uses a secular humanist and a Christian theologian to discover the fundamental problem facing America and why neither Biden nor Trump have any answers that will stop America’s projectory. But he will also use the arguments made in the Dobbs case on abortion, recently before the U.S. Supreme Court, to demonstrate that evangelicals don’t understand the problem either and actually feed into it. Don’t miss this one.


Foundations: The Revolution We Are In.

Jan 6, 2022

David starts a new series today, provoked by the “disconcerting moral dullness” of the arguments made to the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of Mississippi’s 15 week abortion ban. Today David explains why that the foundations of Western Civilization have already been repudiated by what Christian moral philosopher Michael Hanby calls a “revolution against being.” As he explains that revolution you will understand why no one spoke in Court about what it means to be a “person” under the 14th Amendment, what it means be to human.


Law and the Constitution- Grant, Shafer and “Flimsy” Legal Arguments.

Dec 22, 2021

Today, David makes clear the direct connection between the Incarnation of Christmas and the Constitution. David takes a clip from the recent podcast with attorney Jeff Shafer on the oral arguments in the Dobbs abortion case and connects it to clips from the podcast with Dr. George Grant in which he asserted that denying the Incarnation makes for “flimsy arguments.” He will then connect that to legal arguments made even by Christian organizations.


Law and the Constitution- The Incarnation Applied to Tennessee Law

Dec 16, 2021

If you have never thought about the connection between what is revealed about God in the Incarnation and its relevance to civil liberty and law, you need to listen to today’s episode. David is joined by special guest, Dr. George Grant, pastor, theologian, writer, and lecturer, who will help us understand not only how the Incarnation itself explains how the world is supposed to work (perhaps a strange or new thought), but how it was misapplied to a particular Tennessee law, entangling the church in a denial of the Incarnation.


S3/E19:Law and the Constitution-Arguments in Dobbs Reveal Troubling Worldview

Dec 10, 2021

If you are pro-life or feel like there’s something amiss with the U.S. Supreme Court, don’t miss today’s episode. Special guest Jeff Shafer, an attorney and Director of the Hale Institute at New Saint Andrews College, provides a sobering worldview take on the recent oral arguments in the Dobbs abortion case. Did the oral arguments reveal something fundamental about ourselves we need to face? Listen and share.


Law and the Constitution-Evaluating Oral Arguments in Abortion Case

Dec 3, 2021

The doctrine of stare decisis—whether SCOTUS should adhere to former decisions—dominated oral arguments on Wednesday in the most significant abortion case since Planned Parenthood v. Casey in 1992. Today, David looks at a key exchange in the arguments to demonstrate why Justice Thomas has correctly said the Court’s application of that doctrine violates the U.S. Constitution.


Law and the Constitution—Roe v. Wade and Stare Decisis

Nov 24, 2021

Next Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on what to do with Roe v. Wade. If you are pro-life, this is a must listen. David again uses the words of Justice Clarence Thomas to explain why using “stare decisis” to perpetuate for decades wrong decisions like Roe violates the separation of powers under the U.S. Constitution. You will know why “Black Robed Legislators” is an apt description of the Court.


Law and the Constitution-Justice Thomas ‘Bashes’ His Colleagues

Nov 19, 2021

Previously, David has explained the history of the doctrine of stare decisis that is now used to uphold Roe v. Wade. Today he takes a 2019 opinion of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in which he said stare decisis “does not comport with our judicial duty under Article III” and explains how it is used to provide cover for a “living constitution” the Court can manipulate.


Law and the Constitution- Stare Decisis and a ‘Living’ Constitution

Nov 12, 2021

Today David explains what you need to know to appreciate the oral arguments to be made in the Supreme Court on December 1st in the most significant abortion case since 1992. Stare Decisis will be key to whether Roe v. Wade is overturned. David exposes how liberals have ripped stare decisis from its common law context, twisted it to create a “living Constitution,” and then used it to protect the “new rights” created by their constitutional malfeasance.


The Law and the Constitution: Stare Decisis—A Tool for Supreme Court Tyranny

Nov 5, 2021

With important gun rights and abortion cases now being argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, you must understand the role of stare decisis—the use of past precedents—and its rather arbitrary application by the Court. Listen and you’ll know why liberals like U.S. Senator Blumenthal make stare decisis a litmus test for judicial confirmation.

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