America's Providential History (Including Biblical by Stephen McDowell,Mark A. Beliles

By Stephen McDowell,Mark A. Beliles

Even "Newsweek" now admits: "Historians are researching that the Bible, maybe even greater than the structure, is our founding document." during this enlightening publication, you will discover the notable facts for this fact. according to the belief that every one heritage is Providential (i.e., it displays God's reasons) you will find out how God's presence used to be obvious at our nation's founding within the hearts and minds of the boys who fought for independence and formed the structure. a number of illustrations, photographs, and visible aids make this ebook a worthwhile resource.

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