Welcome to our study course, Proclaim Liberty Throughout all the Land. In this course you will learn the basic principles that are embodied in our founding document, The Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. You will also become conversant with each part of the Constitution and understand, perhaps for the first time, how nearly every problem we face in America today could be solved by understanding and applying the wisdom of America’s Founding Fathers.
This course is for anyone 14 and up who wants to learn about the United States Constitution as established by America’s Founders. Proclaim Liberty is broken up into 23 easy to understand lessons with the average lesson length of approximately 30 minutes. All of the video for this course is free for you to view online.
Although it is not mandatory, we strongly encourage that you purchase the discussion guide Proclaim Liberty Throughout all the Land before starting. This guide contains all of the material covered in the videos and will allow you to easily follow along throughout this course. It will also become a great resource to refer back to as needed. Order your copy here.
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