Muslim View vs. the American View of Law and Government: IOTC on the Road

Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) President Jake MacAulay was recently called on to speak in Florida where he joined IOTC Vice-Presidnt and Florida Chapter Leader Massey Campos.

The two of them attended the ACT For America Orlando Chapter. An organization dedicated to stopping the spread of radical Islam in America. Jake presented America’s Christian Heritage, which offers a different view than the pagan view of government that Muslim-led countries experience. In America, all religions can take refuge as long as they obey the “Laws of Nature and Natures God.” In contrast, radical Islam seeks for the death of the infidel (non-muslim), and dominance over their subjects – both men, women, and children – who Allah created to be their slaves.

Mike Skubiak, Robert Dodrill, and the rest of the ACT group were fantastic hosts. After the meeting, Jake and Massey were approached to speak at a local Christian school in Mt. Dora, the administrators also purchased IOTC’s 12-Lecture U.S. Constitution Course and will be teaching it to their 7th-12th grade students starting in the fall of 2017!

After an evening in Orlando, Jake continued climbing up the coast of Florida and stopped in the historic City of St. Augustine where he spoke to the St. Augustine Tea Party. This group is known for their demonstrations, polling, and interactions with people from all over the world who visit this charming piece of American history.

Listen to what these teenagers said before the meeting in St. Augustine.  Meet Michael and Zach:

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Elizabeth Schomburg
Elizabeth Schomburg
Elizabeth Schomburg is a stay-at-home mother of two with a love for blogging, PR, Bible-journaling, and American History. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and two young children.