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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June 21, 2017

Declaration of Independence: Our Rights Come From God

There is a Creator God and He determines right and wrong, good and evil… not man. This is the most important foundational principle of law and justice. If this principle is not understood as absolute, undeniable truth, one could conclude that every principle in our founding charter, The Declaration of Independence is a lie.
June 14, 2017

The Intolerance of the “Tolerance” Mob

The purveyors of “tolerance” were in full force demanding an end to racism, insisting that the county council must end hate. End hate? Wow, that seems like a pretty tall order. How would the seven councilman on the platform go about changing the hearts of all 600,000 souls in this county? Perhaps, I thought, these citizens are calling for a spiritual revival, beginning with repentance for a multitude of sins. After all a true revival would actually change people’s hearts, turn them from hating others to loving their neighbor as themselves just as Jesus Christ commanded. Is that what they were asking for?
June 7, 2017

The Dangerous Woman or the Deadly Mohammedan – Which is Worse?

This so called “religion of peace” has shown its violent face so frequently in the past two decades that only the most benighted of observers still believes that “religion of peace” label.
May 31, 2017

Murder Incorporated – Taking Stock of the Culture of Death

So they tell us we cannot teach “Thou Shalt not murder” in public schools because we don’t want children to obey the Ten Commandments.
May 24, 2017

By Whose Authority Are Public Colleges Creating an “Engaged” and “Inclusive” Society?

"By Whose Authority?" That is one of those critical questions that seems to never be asked in our day. It not only needs to be asked, I want to show you that is our duty and obligation as Christians to be asking this question rooted in a Christian worldview.
May 18, 2017

Outlawing Repentance at the Supreme Court

The very first command of the Gospel as proclaimed by Jesus Christ in Mark 1:15 is ‘Repent.’ Repentance involves a clear recognition first that God’s Law is righteous, holy and true; second that as a sinner we have violated God’s Law and are therefore worthy of eternal damnation; thirdly...