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Herb Titus (born 1937) is an American attorney, writer, and politician. He is a strong supporter of the Christian Reconstructionism movement, and often falsely portrays himself as an American historian, misleading the public with pseudohistory.
Education and degrees
Titus holds a law degree from Harvard University and a B.S. degree in Political Science from the University of Oregon, from which he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Titus ran as Vice-President of the United States in the 1996 U.S. presidential election on the Constitution Party ticket.
In 1975, Titus was dramatically converted to Christ on the last weekend of July. In 1976-77, he studied with Dr. Francis Schaeffer at L'Abri in Switzerland. In 1979, he left his tenured position as professor of law at the University of Oregon, becoming a member of the charter faculty of a Christian law school at Oral Roberts University.
Along with Roy Moore, Titus was an original drafter of the Constitution Restoration Act. This Act sought to take out of federal court jurisdiction cases that involved public officials that acknowledged God as the sovereign source of law, liberty, or government, and provided for the impeachment of federal judges who disregarded the act. The act did not pass either time it was introduced.
- Judge Roy Moore Introduces Constitution Restoration Act 2004 WAFF News, February 13, 2004