The Faith of Laura Ingalls Wilder

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History of Scotland - Wikipedia

In the last few days, since the thread on "Liberality for all" I have been pondering a number of seperate, yet to me, related issues affecting the comic industry in the USA. Among these are the long term trend of declining sales among mainstream comics, the ideologicall monopoly that liberals hold on the comics industry on the creative side, and the severe lack of credible, and more to the point admirable comics characters with a more conservative outlook. While I don't subscribe to the idea of a "vast leftwing conspiracy" in comics it is impossible to deny that most of those involved in the business of comics on the creative side are firmly and proudly liberal, and that while for the most part, politics comes up only tangentially in comics most Superheroes do seem to be of a liberal mindset.

What is the Church's Political Role? - Crisis Magazine

The Puritan Age (1600-1660) – NEOEnglish

Political scientist Joseph Fornieri wrote: “The early, private letters to Joshua Speed show that a core of biblical faith coexisted with Lincoln’s reservations about the frontier religion of his youthful days.

Psychohistorian Dwight Anderson wrote: “By reformulating this common fund of inherited meanings, Lincoln transformed American political history from an Old Testament story into a New Testament one, and thereby released the American Revolution from its Hebraic separatism so as to imbue it with a Christian universalism.”58His faith was evident.