Chad Hovind’s teaching at Glenn Beck’s Restoring Love Event in Dallas
I had an exciting week in Dallas teaching Biblical worldview at Glenn Beck’s Restoring Love event in Dallas. The first two days I taught Godonomics: What Would God Say about ism’s (Socialism, Fascism, Communism) where I taught the Biblical concept of Natural law and the natural law giver. We traced Creation Imageo from Genesis to Martin Luther King’s letter from an Alabama Jail teaching that all men are created equal.
Tuesday, I taught free market concepts like Property rights, incentive, and stewardship. Glenn Beck showed up to our event Monday to give us a sneak peak of the liberty bell that was coming the following Saturday night. We learned from godonomics that Christianity led to liberty, responsibility, property, and an ethic of generosity. These principles have made America (and any country that follows God’s principles) one of the most free and generous nations in history.
Here is a link to the list of speakers and topics for the week http://www.voyager.travel/index.php?ID=777&nav=C&showpage=adventure.php
I got a chance to meet with Peter Lillback, author of George Washington, Sacred Fire as well as many pastors like James Robison, Jim Garlow, Tony Evans, Jay Richards, and many others. At the Indivisible Conference on Thursday, Phillips, Craig, and Dean led a great time of worship and many inspiring words were spoken by men of God to a gathering of 6000. Friday I spoke in the morning on What Would God Say to Adam Smith and Alan Greenspan explaining the Biblical account of Jesus with the money changers and the account of king Reheboam.
When they get me a copy of the video from that morning, I’ll post it. The week culminated at Dallas Stadium Saturday with 70,000 people. We sat with a group from American Academy of Constitutional Education and Peter Lillback (Who we heard loaned Glenn Beck his replica liberty bell for the event.) The screen was directly in front of us during the event that combined Christian worship leaders and Glenn giving a history lesson put to music about faith and freedom in America.