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Essential Reading for Every American

Essential reading for every American:

  • The Law by Bastiat
  • Whatever Happened to Penny Candy by Maybury
  • The Creature From Jekyll Island by Griffin
  • Biblical Economics by Sproul, Jr.
  • Whatever Happened to Justice by Maybury

These titles are all available at our online bookstore. Click here.

Also please take time to read the Institute for Principle Studies Blog at the link below


Speaker Request

Are you interested in having IPS speak at your event? We are accepting bookings for classes, conferences, conventions, and more. Please fill out our contact us form letting us know about the event and we will get back to you.

  • BPG DVD to be released soon!
BPG DVD to be released soon!

Did You Know?

Why Our Government Is So Immoral

It is unrealistic to think that we can place ethical people in government when the population that they represent is largely unethical. Like it or not, our elected officials are a reflection of our society as a whole. How do we improve the nation’s ethics? We must reestablish sound teaching of right and wrong in our homes, schools and churches. Moral relativism has permeated our institutions with the view that there are no absolutes and that right and wrong are situational. These “situation ethics” are the seeds from which government corruption sprouts.

Read the full article here: Government and Ethics: Less is More

IPS Receives No Government Funding

IPS operates entirely on the generous donations of our sponsors. Please consider donating to IPS.

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Get Involved

IPS relies upon you, the supporter, in order to grow and continue spreading the message of freedom and liberty. While we need financial contributions to make our educational programs possible, we also appreciate non-monetary support!

Are you interested in finding out how to volunteer and help IPS make a difference in your area?  Click here to contact us and get more information.

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