Pastor David Whitney posts sermons, announcements, commentaries, and more. From his notices, you will learn of some of the classes around the country studying Institute on the Constitution’s U.S. Constitution course. Pastor Whitney is a Senior Instructor at Institute on the Constitution.

David graduated from Rutgers University as a Henry Rutgers Honors Scholar with Honors in History. He received his Masters Degree from Denver Seminary.

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October 19, 2016
Washington, D.C. (Sept. 26, 2003) -- Aerial view of the Washington Monument with the Capitol in the background.  DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Andy Dunaway. (RELEASED)

The Cure for Washington, D.C. Idolatry

I saw a large unusual homemade yard sign this week with four words, End the Washington Cartel. That made me wonder just what does it mean?
October 12, 2016

A Candidate’s Personal Beliefs Must Govern His Actions in Office

I watched the tail end of the Vice Presidential debates last week and was interested in the question about how the candidates handled the issue of their religious beliefs when it came to public policy, when that policy was against what they believed.
October 5, 2016

Chief Justice Roy Moore and Judicial Idolatry

Our good friend and Christian patriot Chief Justice Roy Moore of the Alabama Supreme Court was suspended from office on Friday by what I can only characterize as a kangaroo court.
September 28, 2016

Without the Death Penalty There is No Justice

America is in a mind warp of sorts. The death of a black man at the hands of the police in Charlotte, North Carolina erupted into riots, property damage and stealing property.
September 21, 2016

Churches Forced to Open Bathrooms to Transgender People

The march by a corrupt government to end the First Amendment protection of our God given right to religious freedom continues unabated.
September 15, 2016

Clergy Advisory Council Defends Transgender Policy, Rejects God’s Justice

What has happened? How did right become wrong and wrong become right in the minds of these clergy members? It would seem that only one of two things can have has taken place.