US Constitution and the Founders’’ Worldview by Jenna Ellis at "The American Experiment"

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US Constitution and the Founders’’ Worldview by Jenna Ellis at "The American Experiment"

Time: March 17, 2016 from 6:45pm to 8:45pm
Location: South Fellowship Church, Activity Room
Street: 6560 S Broadway
City/Town: Littleton, Colorado 80121
Website or Map: http://www.american-experimen…
Event Type: class, or, seminar
Organized By: robin@american-experiment.org [posted by W. Branstetter]
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2016

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The American Experiment’s next event:

 

US Constitution and the Founders’’ Worldview

by Jenna Ellis

March 17th 6:45-8:45pm

Activity Room at South Fellowship Church

6560 S Broadway, Littleton 80121

www.american-experiment.org

 

 

What was our Founders' worldview as they were writing the US Constitution? Did they create a Republic based on a moral constitution or an amoral one? It is important to know this foundational information to be able to correctly understand our Constitution and hence the role of government in our country. Jenna Ellis walks us through this process step by step. During this seminar, some of the things we will examine are the Declaration of Independence, the Federalist Papers and of course our Founders. Invite your family and friends to attend with you! 

While there is no charge, please RSVP as it helps us make sure the event is a success, thanks! You can send an email to robin@american-experiment.org or register at Foundersworldview.eventbrite.com

Speaker Jenna Ellis is an attorney, professor of law, and international speaker. She specializes primarily in criminal defense practice and is a former deputy district attorney. She also specializes in and teaches Constitutional Law. Jenna is licensed in federal practice and has appeared in litigation on behalf of the U.S. Department of State and the Department of the Navy. Jenna has authored The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution. www.jennaellis.org

South Fellowship Church is located in a strip mall which is behind McDonald Hyundai, you cannot see it from the road. You can access the strip mall from Broadway at the light (by the Shell Station) or off Panama Dr. We will be meeting in the Activity Room. It has it's own entrance, separate from the church. As you face the main church doors look to the right and you will see a white picket fence. Enter through the gate and cross the courtyard. We will have our sign on the door. Only water is allowed, no food please.

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