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Founding Fathers vs. History Revisionists
History revisionists, are striving to convince unsuspecting citizens that the Founding Fathe's were something other than Bible-believing Christians who intended that the government they founded was to be guided in perpetuity by precepts of the Judeo-Christian Bible. Agenda-driven history revisers don't want Americans to remember their spiritual roots; they plan to take the country in a secular humanist direction never intended by the Founding Fathe's. Information presented in this fact-filled book will help readers rediscover their Godly heritage and reintroduce them to a few of the inspired men and women who had the courage, intelligence, wisdom, and foresight to look to God for guidance in creating our foundational documents and our systems of government and commerce. It is a collection of entertaining and informative short essays centered on the lives of eighteen men who played major roles in the founding of the United States of America. Hundreds of quotations included in this book leave no doubt regarding the original intent of our Founding Fathe's. Today, there is much evidence to support the conclusion that the teaching of early American history has been both downplayed and revised to the point that people have become badly confused, especI'lly by the twisting almost beyond recognition of the concept of ""separation of church and state."" Founding Fathe's Vs. History Revisionists is a non-scholarly, easy-to-read early American history refresher course for people who are struggling to understand the clash of ideologies that has increasingly become known as the ""culture war."" Younger Americans, special targets of history revisionists, must understand their Bible-based heritage in order to effectively refute those who would deceive them. This book provides information they need but aren't getting in many public schools. It is a wakeup call as well as a call to action.
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May 30, 2008
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