Rally for Chief Justice Roy Moore

On Saturday, Aug. 16, 2003 at 10 a.m. a rally will be held on the Alabama Supreme Court Building Steps, 300 Dexter Ave., Montgomery, Ala. in support of Chief Justice Roy Moore. The event is sponsored by Vision America and America 21.
Present will be: National co-chairmen of Vision America Dr. Rick Scarborough and Dr. Laurence White (pastor, Our Savior Lutheran Church, Houston); J. Thomas Smith, president of America 21; Dr. Jerry Falwell; D. James Kennedy’s Coral Ridge Ministries representative; Howard Phillips, Conservative Caucus; Various elected officials and clergy, (to be announced) and concerned citizens wanting to show their support for the work of Chief Justice Moore in allowing the state to acknowledge God.
According to a World Net Daily Article:
“Thousands of pastors, God-fearing Americans and elected officials will be there to express their support for Chief Justice Roy Moore,” said Dr. Scarborough, author of Enough is Enough. “More importantly, we will be acknowledging our firm belief that the God of Chief Justice Roy Moore is our God as well, and the Constitution of the United States has not authorized judges to forbid Americans to acknowledge Him in the public sector.”
Chief Justice Roy S. Moore is a native of Etowah County, Alabama. A 1969 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, Judge Moore returned to Alabama following his military service, including serving as a Company Commander in Vietnam, where he completed his Juris Doctorate Degree in 1977 from the University of Alabama School of Law. During his professional career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook the private law practice in Gadsden, until he became Circuit Judge of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in 1992. Judge Moore served in this capacity until his election as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama in November, 2000. Chief Justice Moore has received a number of national honors during his career including the 1995 George Washington Honor Medal from the National Freedom Foundation, the 1997 Bill of Rights award, the Christian Statesman of the Year Award, the Spirit of America Founders Award, the God and Country Award, and countless other awards including being endorsed by the State of California Republican Assembly by formal resolution calling him a “tireless defender of individual freedom and liberties.” Chief Justice Moore is married to Kayla Moore and they have four children.
Vision America and America 21’s mission is to inform, encourage and mobilize pastors and their congregations to be proactive in restoring Judeo-Christian values to the moral and civic framework in their communities, states, and our nation.


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