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Manifesto of Freedom

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Manifesto of Freedom

Manifesto of Freedom

September 3, 1973, off the coast of the United States of America.

"In God we trust." Amen. On the occasion of the dedication of Radio Free America outside the continental United States in the international waters of the broad Atlantic in the pursuit of liberty, this Manifesto is made for the glory of God. God is the author of liberty. He created man to serve Him. He made the earth to be used by man and has declared, "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty" (2 Cor. 3:17). Jesus Christ, His only begotten Son, declared, "if the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed" (John 8:36). The faith which He gave and His commandment to go into all the world to preach the Gospel require freedom. The exhortation, therefore, of the Scripture has always been, "Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free" (Gal. 5:1). From the Mayflower Compact, drafted upon the high seas before the Pilgrims landed which bears the words, "'In the Name of God. Amen " to the Declaration of Independence at the birth of the United States of America which declared that all men were "'endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights" to the Bill of Rights itself, whose First Amendment guarantees to all the people the, free exercise of religion, the ideals of freedom have been the highest and noblest concepts for the securing of truth and justice and peace.

Without free speech, free religion, a free press it is impossible to have free government, a free people, or to resist the shackles-of slavery and tyranny. Freedom is everybody's business. It is more precious than life--a gift of God and more valuable than all the treasures of a notion. The good ship Columbus rides the high seas under the protection of the Almighty God and as a rebuke to a people who esteem lightly both their heritage of freedom and the blessings of liberty.
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