“5,000 Year Leap” Study Group forming

The Goose Creek 9.12 Project has formed a study group on the book, “The 5,000 Year Leap: A Miracle That Changed the World.” The group is meeting on Friday, June 25, at 7 p.m. at the Berkeley Electric Co-op directly across from Westview Middle School.

The book, written by Cleon Skousen in 1981 as a study guide for how the Constitution was created, has become a classic. It is also referred to as the Principles of Freedom 101.

By W. Cleon Skousen – National Center for Constitutional Studies (1981) – Paperback – 337 pages – ISBN 0880801484

For many years in the United States there has been a gradual drifting away from the Founding Fathers original success formula. This has resulted in some of their most unique contributions for a free and prosperous society becoming lost or misunderstood. Therefore, there has been a need to review the history and development of the making of America in order to recapture the brilliant precepts which made Americans the first free people in modern times.

This book identifies the 28 Principles of Freedom our Founding Fathers said must be understood and perpetuated by every people who desire peace, prosperity, and freedom. Learn how adherence to these beliefs during the past 200 years has brought about more progress than was made in the previous 5000 years.

Published by National Center for Constitutional Studies, a non-profit organization.

If the study group is successful, it would be every 4th Friday.

For more information, contact Bob at “rgb5860@hotmail.com”

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