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This privacy policy is subject to change without notice. It is our practice to follow biblical laws and principles pursuant to the command of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, further this practice is recognized by the united States of America and all states pursuant to PUBLIC LAW 97-280, 96 STAT. 1211, 97TH Congress Joint Resolution.

“Whereas the Bible, the Word of God, has made a unique contribution in shaping the United States as a distinctive and blessed nation of people. Whereas Biblical teachings inspired concepts of civil government that are contained in our Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of The United States … Whereas that renewing our knowledge of, and faith in God through Holy Scriptures can strengthen us as a nation and a people. Now therefore be it resolved … that the President is authorized and requested to designate 1983 as a national “Year of the Bible” in recognition of both the formative influence the Bible has been for our nation, and our national need to study and apply the teachings of the Holy Scriptures.” 1983 – Oct. 4, 1982, Joint Resolution of Congress.