“It is impossible to have religious freedom in any nation where churches are licensed to the government. In this book Peter Kershaw exposes the root cause problems of rampant and unhindered immorality, government tyranny and corruption, and the inability of the State-licenses church to offer any real hope for combatting these devastating societal problems. For the first time in any book I am aware of, the author offers a credible and absolutely indispensable solution for restoring what is the most important of all our rights — freedom of religion, and its vital partner, freedom of speech. In Caesar’s Grip is indispensable.” George Hansen, Member of Congress (ret.)
In Caesar’s Grip is the most in-depth exposè that has ever been written on the legal and theological pitfalls and perils of church incorporation and the IRS 501c3 tax-exempt status. Kershaw bring to light valuable historic information regarding the origins of the corporation and why the early church was accused of civil disobedience for refusing to incorporate. Also includes the historic influence of the “nonconformist” clergy (branded the “Black Regiment” by King George), without whom it is inconceivable that America would have ever declared independency.
1. The First Amendment and Freedom Of Religion
2. The Bloody Trail Our Fathers Trod To Religious Freedom
3. Dear Mr. Caesar, I’d like to be a Christian (can I have a license please?)
4. Christianity, Inc.
5. 501c3 Religion
6. Where Do We Go From Here?
“The federal government has proved a tremendous impediment to the ongoing work of Christians. In all the laws that they have passed against Christian schools, gagging the church, taxation, and all kinds of things that they have done, they have made it harder for the church to exercise its prerogatives and to preach the gospel…The IRS, a branch of our government, has succeeded in gagging Christians.” The Late Dr. D. James Kennedy, Pastor, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church
Format: Trade paper
Publisher: Hush Money
In Caesar’s Grip by Peter Kershaw:
- Item Price: $19.95
- Listed On: January 23, 2012