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Why our Traditional Values are So Important
Traditional Judeo-Christian values have passed the test of time. They have proven instrumental in the formation of stable and prosperous societies. As we see our nation abandoning these principles, we worry that future generations will lose the blessings that we have enjoyed.
History offers many tragic examples of mass murder and unjust suffering that results as nations turn their back on God and his laws and embrace secular philosophies. Hundreds of millions have died in the last century alone as a direct result of Nazism in Germany and Marxist communism is Russia, China and Southeast Asia.Statement 0 not found.
That is why we must do everything we can to help others understand not only what traditional Judeo-Christian values are, but also why they are so important for liberty, peace and prosperity.
We have organized these values into 3 categories, each a group of 7 values, which we describe below.
Category 1: Spiritual Values
Judeo-Christian Spiritual Values are principles that have been carefully preserved in written form for thousands of years by Sacred Texts of the Jewish and Christian faiths (the Torah and the Bible). These scriptures and values are believed to be inspired by our Creator God.
Category 2: Social Values
Judeo-Christian Social Values are like a basic “owner’s manual” for life. They have been used as a bedrock foundation for stable societies for two millennia. They shine as bright lights in stark contrast to otherwise barbaric ages of history.
Category 3: Political Values
Judeo-Christian political values are interwoven into the fabric of the American nation. Our Founding Fathers used these principles as the basis for the United States Constitution and its early amendments know as the “Bill of Rights.”