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Are We Experiencing a
Free People's Suicide?

Taking Freedom for Granted

St. Augustine argued that in order to judge a nation, you must first understand what that nation loves supremely. One of America’s great loves has always been freedom, since it is so integral to the framework of the nation. But what is the current condition of that freedom? Os Guinness begins with this inquiry, and in this first presentation, he works his way through the three tasks our founders faced when bringing this nation into being: winning freedom, ordering that freedom, and then determining how best to sustain or perpetuate that freedom. The first two undertakings  were fairly simple, but the last has always been challenging. What does it mean to be “always free, and free always?”