Upon his death on February 23, 1662, his numerous eulogists called Crüger the Asaph of their day, after the legendary progenitor of the singers’ guild under kings David and Solomon.
At the heart of the book is the question of what role God played in the conception of American political authority and its execution.
But I want to say something which is better than warning. One should take every care to raise his children from infancy in the discipline and instruction of the Lord … This generation of youth will not want to wed itself to the unbelieving world, but will let itself be warned.
It is obvious from the outset that it is of the fundamental character of the public school to be literally godless, that is, without God!