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Robert L. Dabney Bookmark

Heart of Dixie Bookmarks “Each one a thumbnail history lesson” Made in Virginia Professionally laminated on heavy card-stock

Reconstruction 2.0 – September Newsletter

     It is absolutely maddening to stand and face the relentless and savage reconstruction taking place presently in the South; yet stand we must as it is our sacred duty. In the 1860’s Yankees destroyed communities, desecrated churches, banned Bibles, burned schools, raped, murdered and plundered wherever the opportunity allowed. Their government, under the authority […]

Forgiveness Adulterated or The South as Tiger Meat

   By Ron Rumburg    There is still afoot, roaming about the South, the Northern Tiger with an insatiable appetite for destroying accuracy in history and correcting so-called Southern wrongs by demeaning and taunting the people with an unbiblical view of sin and forgiveness. There is an overbearing attempt to cower Southern Christian men into […]

The Need for True Gentlemen

   A “gentleman” is a genteel man. In other words he is noble in the Christian sense of the word. he is a man of character. Character is actually what a man is and not what a man is perceived to be or perceives himself to be, which is reputation. Douglas Southall Freeman distilled Robert […]

The Spirit of Radicalism

   As southerners surveyed the damage after their failed bid for independence, some gave in to despair. Others were unsure what to do. Many turned to Christian ministers for guidance and comfort. Some of the better ones gave comfort and advice that is still excellent today.    Robert Lewis Dabney was a Presbyterian minister, who […]

Neutrality: A Myth

Written upon the occasion of the banning of the Confederate flag upon the grounds of the museum of the Confederacy at Appomattox, Virginia. By Dr. H. Rondell Rumburg Past Chaplain-in-Chief SCV with closing remarks by Rex Miller “He that is not with me is against me,” declared Jesus Christ the Son of God (Matthew 12:30). […]