roy_s_mooreAMERICA AS A NATION UNDER GOD

Roy S. Moore, Esq.

Judge that Posted the 10 Commandments in his Courtroom www.morallaw.org


Roy Moore graduated from the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, from the University of Alabama School of Law and served in the U. S. Army as a company commander with the Military Police Corp in Vietnam. He is married to Kayla and they have four children. In 1984 he undertook private practice of law and became a judge of the Sixteenth Judical Circuit of Alabama in 1992. He became chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2000.

In 2003, Chief Justice Moore was removed from his position for standing up for the inalienable right to acknowledge God. He brought the Ten Commandments into his court. He was ordered to remove the plaque in order to preserve the rule of law. Moore said that the Alabama Constitution specifically invokes “the favor and guidance of Almighty God” as the basis for laws and justice.

He now lectures throughout the United States teaching about America’s history and our right to acknowledge God. He also serves as the President of the Foundation for Moral Law in Montgomery, Alabama. He also appeared on a number of television broadcasts on Fox, NBC, ABC, CNN, CBS, CBN and has been featured in Newspapers and other media outlets. He writes a weekly column, Our Moral Foundation, for WorldNetDaily.com.

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Virginia Christian Alliance

About Virginia Christian Alliance

The mission of the VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE is to promote moral, social and scientific issues we face today from a Biblical point of view. In addition we will refute and oppose, not with hate, but with facts and humor, the secular cultural abuses that have overridden laws and standards of conduct of the past. We will encourage Christians to participate in these efforts through conferences, development of position papers, booklets and tracts, radio/TV spots, newspaper ads and articles and letters-to-the editor, web sites, newsletters and providing speakers for church and civic meetings.