Chief Justice Roy Moore maintains that government must acknowledge the God upon whom America's moral principles were founded and that it is constitutional and ethical to do so. During the last fifty years, federal judges have misconstrued and abused the...
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Chief Justice Roy Moore maintains that government must acknowledge the God upon whom America's moral principles were founded and that it is constitutional and ethical to do so. During the last fifty years, federal judges have misconstrued and abused the concept of "separation of church and state," censoring God from the public square and depleting the moral fiber of our nation. As a judge, Roy Moore was sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Some critics have claimed that he violated the law by disobeying the order of a federal judge to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments. But Chief Justice Moore brilliantly argues that by refusing to follow the unlawful demands of a federal judge, he denied the rule of man and upheld the Constitution of the United States, the true rule of law, as his oath required. So Help Me God explains why elected and appointed government officials have not only the right but also the duty to acknowledge God as the moral foundation of American law and government.
"The Ten Commandments Judge" tells his story, including his pledge before his election, his refusal to obey an order by the Federal District Court, and why he believes this issue is the most crucial of all political questions.
Judge Roy Moore became a judge of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama in 1992 and served until his election as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2000. In 2003, Chief Justice Moore was removed from office for standing up for the inalienable right to acknowledge God. Today, he serves as chairman of the Foundation for Moral Law.
John Perry is a biographer and has written books on contemporary politics, religion, and sports. Previously he was a writer and producer of internationally syndicated radio specials and an award-winning advertising copywriter. Perry graduated cum laude from Vanderbilt University and completed additional studies at University College, Oxford. He lives with his wife and two children in Nashville.