Bring America Back To Her Religious Roots

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About the author:
The author is an ordained minister that believes that the church in America no longer holds the position it once held. It has been stripped of its true responsibilities because of apathy in the church leadership.
Always the history student, he began to research the role of the church leading up to the Founding era and the discovery of how important of a role the church played in the development of America's government, education and economic system. This led him to put in writing a history that most have never heard.
Revisionist historians have tried to tell a history they want told, but the author tells that history using the Founders own words.
This true history is now being taught to pastors and lay people all throughout America through TheDamascusProject.org.
The author's love of America and his desire to see America rise again to the greatness it once held caused the writing of this book and two others dealing with the truth about our Christian heritage in America.
The author believes that if we forget who we are, we will not know who we are supposed to be. That will be a tragedy that will effect the whole world.

Bring America Back To Her Religious Roots
 

Authored by Roger Anghis

This book is an in depth look at the importance of America's Christian roots from the Mayflower to the present. Modern historians have told us a different history than what the Founders have written about. This book was written after researching the actual personal and public writings of the Founders. This book tells in their words the history of our Christian roots and how those roots influenced not just their lives but how they used their Christian principles to establish the most effective form of government the world has ever seen.


Publication Date:
Aug 03 2011
ISBN/EAN13:
1463692773 / 9781463692773
Page Count:
202
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / Americas




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