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Eac spnng tarrs plant the fields., Use :f you :m ea Ian rue to  :rrlY   - I from e word 'Tmlds' to name   , i i. farm t seeds A, pced firm 2. the batter nted his 'feet 3: crooks p/ant stolen money 4,  wS at t #ant 5, a plant r her nw places where fami pla thai orog ,, ontheg . 1.groun 6,...,oam '  C. put in the ground NOt= 3.a n 81t_ira n ,W.. k-f : D.. ..;lde nl 4.,   r t 9. _ o _ ,,kt E. f nls.. 5. _ a r t h 10. t e r r a _. i r m a  "t {. i d John 8:31-32 So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, "If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." Jesus Loves You! Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 ...One Nation Under God.. THE BIBLE'S INFLUENCE ON THE FOUNDING FATHERS In 1984, political scientists Donald Lutz and Charles Hyneman at the University of Houston wrote a paper regarding the research they had done to determine the sources that most influenced the development of American political thought during our nation's founding period. Over the course often years, they analyzed some 15,000 items of American political commentary published between 1760 and 1805, the Founding Era. This research paper, "The Relative Influence of European Writers on Late Eighteenth-Century American Political Thought," was published in The Amer- ican Political Science Review, 78 (1984). The researchers isolated 3,154 direct quotes made by the Founders over this period of time and identified the source of those quotes. The researchers discovered that 34 percent of the Founders' quotes came directly out of the Bible. Baron Charles de Montesqnieu, a French legal philosopher, was quoted 8.3 percent of the time. Sir William Blackstone, a renowned English jurist whose Commentaries on the Laws of England were highly accepted in America, was next at 7.9 percent of the Founders' quotes, and John Locke, an English philosopher, was fourth with 2.9 percent. While it is true that three-fourths of the biblical citations in the 1760 to 1805 sample came from reprinted sermons (one of the most popular types of political writing during these years), and only 9 percent of a]] citations came from secular literature, it is a re- flection of the powerful role of the Bible upon the thinking of the Founding Fathers.