In Search of God and the Ten Commandments

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About the author:
Sue A. Hoffman retired from teaching high school business classes in 2003 due to multiple sclerosis. Prior to teaching, she had twenty-five years of work experience including owning two businesses and spending five years in the US Army. Sue spent thirteen years traveling around the United States researching the Ten Commandments monoliths. She has been happily married since 1976 and currently lives in Auburn, Washington with her husband, Jeffrey.

In Search of God and the Ten Commandments
 

One Person's Journey to Preserve a Small Part of America's God-given Values and Freedoms

Authored by Sue A. Hoffman
Edition: 1

In Search of God and the Ten Commandments is a full-color, 8 1/2 by 11 inch book, with over 500 photos and documents in 348 pages. The story involves the controversial Ten Commandments Project that has not only distributed thousands upon thousands of Ten Commandments prints to everyone from school children, public officials, elected governmental employees, to the Pope, but has also implemented the dedication of 184 known Ten Commandments monoliths across the United States at court houses, city halls, parks, and cemeteries. These monoliths have been vandalized, moved, destroyed, or litigated by members of atheist organizations that have set their sights on the total annihilation of all things related to God. Just like these Ten Commandments monoliths, our American values and freedoms have been slowly torn down and removed. Our founding fathers, having a strong faith in God and filled with patriotic fervor, warned future generations about being watchful and protective of the freedoms that God has granted us. Even though we have faltered, it is not too late, not for some of the remaining monoliths, and not for our great country.

The Ten Commandments Project continues to divide the right from the left, the conservative from the progressive, the religious from the secular, and the patriot from the anti-American. In Search of God and the Ten Commandments is the ultimate attempt to set the record straight regarding this national controversy. God-given common sense and truth based on verifiable facts are finally applied to expose sixty years of conjecture, lies, slander, and shenanigans regarding the Ten Commandments Project. This story is current, timely, undeniable, and frustrating, all portrayed with documentation including letters, reports, newspaper articles, one-on-one interviews, and hundreds of photos from the past as well as the present. There is something in this book for every person's interests - be it history, Americana, politics, or religion. There is no book like this on the market.

A few endorsements for In Search of God and the Ten Commandments:

A fascinating project and clearly a labor of love. Anyone who cares about the past and the future of our uniquely blessed nation should consider the history of Ten Commandments monuments as symbols of our religious and ethical heritage. Sue Hoffman's work may even play a role in our eventual reconnection to surge in faith and patriotism that seemed to sweep the nation sixty years ago.
~ Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk radio host

The sole feature that reliably distinguishes cultures that flourish from those that fail is fealty to the Ten Commandments. Sue Hoffman offers a definitive directory of America's relationship with these permanent principles. Her compelling account belongs in every patriot's library and not only points the way, but inspires the reader to be a part of a better tomorrow.
~ Rabbi Daniel Lapin, American Alliance of Jews and Christians

Part historian, part detective, and all patriot, Sue Hoffman has embarked on a search for American's past that, if captured, nurtured, and protected, will save its future.
~ John Carlson, 570 KVI, Seattle


Publication Date:
2014-05-22
ISBN/EAN13:
0615960294 / 9780615960296
Page Count:
348
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Political Science / Commentary & Opinion




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