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Atty. Jenna Ellis writes a guide for Christians to help them understand the current constitutional crisis.


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The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution: A Guide for Christians to Understand Americaís Constitutional Crisis
Written by Jenna Ellis, Esq.
The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution: A Guide for Christians to Understand Americaís Constitutional Crisis Written by Jenna Ellis, Esq.

Making a compelling case that the system of government of the United States is founded upon the Christian worldview and Godís unchanging law, Atty. Ellis makes an argument against the secular humanist worldview.

How do we get back to being a biblically moral and upright society? This is what Jenna Ellis, Esq. asks in her book, The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution, that explores the true roots of Americaís Founding Documents and how it has been in crisis since the 1950s.

Making a compelling case that the system of government of the United States is founded upon the Christian worldview and Godís unchanging law, Atty. Ellis makes an argument against the secular humanist worldview. With a unique perspective, she weaves together legal history and the shifts in American culture and advocates how Christians must change the basic reasoning of their appeal and effectively engage the current culture.

This book was displayed in LitFireís booth during the 2016 Frankfurt International Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.



The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution: A Guide for Christians to Understand Americaís Constitutional Crisis
Written by Jenna Ellis, Esq.†
Paperback | $18.46
Hardcover | $35.95
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com and other online book retailers.

About the Author

Jenna Ellis is an attorney, professor of law, and an international speaker. A former district attorney, she specializes in criminal defense practice and constitutional law, which she also teaches. Jenna received her juris doctor degree from the University of Richmond School of Law. She currently lives in Longmont, Colorado.


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