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Biblical View on Issues
"The Lenses of Reformation concerning State Government and Record-Keeping" by Dr. Patti Amsden
Reformation lens #1 – Record-keeping provides access to knowledge that has been accumulated in the past and gives a platform for knowledge to increase in the future.
Reformation lens #2 – Record-keeping provides a testimony of the acts of men, and God releases sanctions based upon that which is recorded.
Reformation lens #3 – All governmental systems, including civil government, bear the duty of record-keeping that is jurisdictionally applicable.
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Illinois Cultural News
"Jesse White, Secretary of State of Illinois"
by Joyce Geiler
Jesse White, a Democrat, has been Illinois Secretary of State since being elected in 1998. He is the longest-serving and the first African American to hold this position. After discussing the far-reaching duties of Illinois’ Secretary of State, this article will discuss the man who holds that office.
A Look at the Office:
The Secretary of State is one of the six elected executive officials in Illinois. As the second biggest established office of the state, the Secretary of State of Illinois keeps up one of the nation’s biggest databases that contains information on a huge number of business elements. Primarily, the Secretary of State is responsible for overseeing the corporate division and the business division of the state. Hence, the task of registering new business entities with the state of Illinois as well as keeping track of any commercial activity of those businesses headquartered in the state falls under this category. T able to pay. To read the entire article, click here:
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