Romans 13: Teach the controversy!

Jim Crow-era courthouse in North Carolina.

“Well, I never heard it before, but it sounds uncommon nonsense.” ― Lewis Carroll, #Romans13Syllabus

Lincoln Mullen on the significance of Romans 13 in American history.

“[I]mmigrants contribute $37 billion per year to the economy, and areas with high levels of immigrants often experience very high levels of economic growth when compared to their less immigrant friendly neighbors. Immigrants have also helped to keep Social Security solvent by contributing hundreds of billions of dollars to the Social Security Trust Fund, a program which many immigrants aren’t able to even use because of their legal status.”

Snip: Arizona Republic (Feb. 12, 1924) — via
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Pruning the “tangled thicket” of Kühner (Keener) Genealogie in Amerika and reflecting on its relevance to current events.