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Silence Equals Consent Tour

Throughout history there are examples of oppression against mankind. In each of these situations there are those who didn't want to create waves. Yet others stood for their cause and impacted the lives of many for the better. One example would be the Revolutionary War and those who plead their lives, fortunes and sacred honor.

Today we see similar examples. There's Child Evangelism Fellowship who've been told they can't be given access to students and classrooms due to separation of church and state. In one such instance they stood up and it went all the way to the Supreme Court. The result is that it was found that CEF has a right to access public schools for their after school clubs.

Now imagine if CEF had consented to the cries of those who misrepresent the separation of church and state. In that case, the Gospel would have been silenced. However, as a result of their taking a stand for Christ, young people all across America are hearing the Gospel.

To highlight this issue, Crosstalk welcomed William Federer, a nationally known speaker, historian, author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc. He's the speaker on The American Minute daily broadcast. He's authored numerous books.

He began by defining the Rule of Tacit Admission. It's in Blacks Law Dictionary. It's an admission reasonably inferable from a party's failure to act or speak. In real estate it's called "squatter's rights." So if someone moves onto your property/land and you remain silent and let them live there, it's known as "adverse possession." In this case the "squatter" actually gains control of the property because of your silence.

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Sep 7, 2023
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