Free PDF Resource! Blackstone and Foundational Law!

William Blackstone, foundational law, christianity, government, US legal traditionOf critical importance to our understanding of law and government, is the work left to us by Sir William Blackstone (1723-1780). An eighteenth century legal scholar, Sir Blackstone’s belief in God and our obedience to His law – as expressed in his Commentaries on the Laws of England – has had an immeasurable impact on not only the United States, but all of Western civilization!

Just in time for July 4th! Show that special Christian who has an interest in liberty just how much you care, by giving them the free gift of knowledge! Now available to you as part of Axiom’s collection of educational resources, download your copy of this beautifully designed ten page free PDF resource, and feel free to read it on your computer (or ipod/ipad), or print it off to share! It’s awesome! Just click on the image above, or go to our Books and Resources tab to find it.

“Foundational Law” answers such questions as:

  • What is Foundational Law?
  • Who is Sir William Blackstone?
  • Why was Mr. Blackstone’s work considered, second to the Bible, an important tool for understanding law in the development of the United States?
  • How does our understanding of law today impact our understanding of liberty?

As a Christian blog site that specializes in artwork, artist interviews, fun articles, Christian Reconstructionism and well designed resources to help communicate Truth in our world, we sincerely hope you’re able to find something here to enjoy. Be sure to check out our artwork tab for more of our artwork, our artist page tab for artists interviews, and our books and resources tab for free ebooks, pdf resources and outreach materials! Feel free to share with a friend, and we hope to see you again soon!


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