Pilgrims vs Indians, Christian Controversies Series
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Pilgrims vs Indians
Christian Controversies in American History Series
from Vision Forum by Doug Phillips
Racial Genocide or Biblical Dominion in Colonial New England?
Recently, Plymouth, Massachusetts -- "America's Home Town" -- decided to place markers near Plymouth Rock which describe Thanksgiving as a "National Day of Mourning," and refer to the Pilgrims as genocidal murderers. Doug Phillips was physically there with his family as the "ancient landmarks" to freedom were desecrated by radicals, as new anti-pilgrim markers were placed, and as history was rewritten. How God must be grieved by such ingratitude for His mercy on this great nation!
Frankly, the Pilgrims did more to promote a godly view of Christian/Indian relations than any other group in American history. They signed a peace treaty with local natives which lasted unbroken for more than fifty years.
They purchased land from the Indians, traded with them, and invited them to sit on juries. In all, the relations between the two communities represented the high water mark of Christian/Indian relations in North America.
This tape addresses these issues and seeks to answer questions like: Should we respect pagan cultures or seek to transform them? Is paganism noble? Did the Pilgrims steal land from the Indians?
By Doug Phillips.
Approx. 90 min. on CD
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