CSC Talk Radio is Bringing America Home with Commonsense Converstations


 Beth Ann Blogging & Talking – September 8, 2014

 CSC Talk Radio continues on our mission to BRING AMERICA HOME© ~ Knowing where we come from and the foundation of our nation is a large part of doing this.  If we lose the heart and vision of who we are as individuals and as a nation then we have lost our way…   Studying our history will help us on our journey home.

Faith & Freedom - God & Our ConstitutionIt was my honor today to host Professor John Eidsmoe – it’s a rare opportunity I have to have m guests in studio – great way to start this week!

John Eidsmoe is a frequent lecturer and debater at colleges, universities, churches, and civics groups. As a constitutional attorney, he has successfully litigated court cases involving First Amendment religious freedom and has defended home education and Christian schools, championed the right of students and teachers to study the Bible in public schools, debated ACLU attorneys on radio and television, and served on the Ten Commandments Legal Defense Team. He is an ordained pastor in the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, and with his family (he and his wife have been married over 30 years, have three children: David, Kirsten and Justin) he lives in rural Pike Road, Alabama.

He holds five degrees in law, theology, and political science. These include two doctorates, one in law from the University of Iowa, and one in ministry from the Oral Roberts University. He earned his Masters of Divinity degree from Lutheran Brethren Seminary and his Master of Arts degree in biblical studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. His Bachelor of Arts degree in political science is from St. Olaf College. He is also a graduate of the Air Command & Staff College and the Air War College.

He has taught legal history and church history at law schools and seminaries. He currently serves as a professor of constitutional law and related subjects at the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, Montgomery, Alabama, where his students have twice given him the Outstanding Professor Award. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Birmingham Theological Seminary. A constitutional attorney and retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, Colonel Eidsmoe has also taught church history and other subjects in various seminaries.

He has authored 12 books, including Christianity & the Constitution, Columbus & Cortez, and the video series titled The Institute on the Constitution. A Second Degree Black Belt with the American Taekwondo Foundation, Colonel Eidsmoe also serves as Regional Representative for the Gospel Martial Arts Union, is an avid horseman and skier, and tries to get 8 hours of sleep every week.


Today’s show touched on many topics briefly – it is my plan to make John a regular on CSC Talk Radio to help us with our history and help us know our Constitution.

The Faith of our Founding Fathers has been  a constant debate.  John bringsthe truth of their faith to the forefront and helps all of us kn

ow and understand exactly where they stood.

It is interesting to note, as well, that our Founding Fathers did not agree on many political and governing points and ideals – they did however manage to focus oThe Constitution  Ignored, Thomas Jeffersonn God & Liberty for a new nation.


The difference in the men who were establishing and nation and those elected now to keep and watch over it… the first men were committed to thSeparation of Power NOT Church & Statee nation and not to their lives and careers.   They truly were the men of old who planted trees (trees of liberty) whose shade they truly did not enjoy.   The current elected (generally speaking) are committed to their careers as politicians and furthering the climb up that ladder of such.   They are not led by morals and beliefs but seem to be led by power and greed.

Listen to this show and look forward to Professor Eidsmoe

as a regular on CSC Talk Radio!

 We truly must come together, as our

Founding Fathers were able to do, and BRING AMERICA HOME©

 The time is near at hand - Will Americans be Free men or Slaves?