Updated: Sep 8, 2021
Dr. Stephen Phinney
The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States of America. The Constitution, originally comprising seven articles, delineates the national frame of government. Its first three articles embody the doctrine of the separation of powers, whereby the federal government is divided into three branches.
US Constitution is built on the three powers of the Trinity.
Our early founders did not produce the idea of writing the Constitution on three powers & seven articles - they borrowed the idea from the Bible. The "Constitution" of sorts referenced in the book of Revelation.
"If, then, the courts of justice are to be considered as the bulwarks of a limited Constitution against legislative encroachments, this consideration will afford a strong argument for the permanent tenure of judicial offices." - Alexander Hamilton
Even though Mr. Hamilton was a big government, enslaver Federalist and founder of the New York Post, he had keen foresight into the future legislative wars of political encroachments back then - 1801.
If we ever needed a pristine example of why justices are bestowed lifetime appointments and shielded from the whims of the electorate and the intimidation tactics of unethical politicians, America's present-day Federalist (Democratic Party) has now provided us with examples our early founders warn us. Alexander said these insightful words:
“Power over a man's subsistence amounts to power over his will.”
Mr. Hamilton’s words are not only disclosing his governing methods; the words are of absolute truth. As in the case of God’s method of ruling His people, it comes down to who rules the will.
This rule certainly applies to the United States Government. Within a representative democracy, the we the people rule. While our early founders didn’t realize at the time that this new form of government would one day be its great downfall, the competition to dominate the will-power of humanity soon arrived on their doorstep. Several signers of the Declaration of Independence made an issue over we the people ruling over that of God's Supremacy – my grandfather was one of them. Even though they compromised by placing In God We Trust on most government documents, these early forefathers had the insight that in due time, the people would out-power the Supreme authority of the Bible, which is exactly what happened.
The Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of the United States is the only Court specifically established by the United States Constitution, implemented in 1789, under the Judiciary Act of 1789, shortly after George Washington was selected as the first President. The purpose of the Court was to protect the Constitution itself. Outside of the Constitution, the Supreme Court is considered the highest governing authority in the US Government. Each member maintains their position for life – to avoid all political debauchery that comes with elected officials.
My grandfather, Samuel Chase, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court -1805, said these words to our early government's power-players.
“Religion is of general and public concern, and on its support depend, in great measure, the peace and good order of government, the safety and happiness of the people.”
He had no clue what he said would come back to haunt America. He went on to tell them this.
By our form of government, the Christian religion is the established religion; and all sects and denominations of Christians are placed upon the same equal footing, and are equally entitled to protection in their religious liberty.
Since he recognized the potential concern that “Christians” would be excluded from religious liberty, he went on to say…
The jury (Supreme Court) has the right to determine both the law and the facts.
After connecting the dots for these early leaders, Thomas Jefferson attempted to impeach him as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court & remove his signature from the Declaration of Independence. The House impeached him on the grounds of letting his partisan leanings affect his court decisions. What they wanted to say is, impeach him on the grounds of letting his Christian leaning affect his court decisions. Since Christians dominated the Senate at the time, he was acquitted and remained in office. While remaining neutral in party partisanship, he dedicated his life defending religious liberty as a Supreme Court justice. To that, I say, Thank you, grandpa.
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