The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States: Book

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American Vision, 2007 - Christianity - 1060 pages
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I was debating an ACLU attorney at Christmas on an NPR station. I pulled out a Xerox copy of The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States and said to her: "Until you answer this book, the ACLU can't make a case against America's Christian founding." She was shocked when she saw it. She asked where I had gotten it. The only thing that gave her relief was the fact that the book was not in print. But now it is. Be afraid ACLU. Be very afraid. Morris packs The Christian Life and Character with page after page of original source material making the case that America was founded as a Christian nation. The evidence is unanswerable and irrefutable. This 1000-page book will astound you and send enemies of Christianity into shock. Keep in mind that it was published in 1864 and has been out of print for more than a century. It has been newly typeset using a very readable font and added subheads. A new Foreword written by my long-time friend Dr. Archie Jones describes the background of the book and provides a brief biography of the author. - Gary DeMar, president of American Vision.

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Review: The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States

User Review  - Argin Gerigorian - Goodreads

Ben. Morris' magnum opus is a well documented book with tons of citations validating the position he is arguing for, which is a Christian America, or at the very least the influence of Christianity in ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bob Mullins - Goodreads

Sometime tough reading in the text and verbiage of 1853. However there are many amazingly wonderful writen words in a style long gone that will be found here. Historical details are priceless for ... Read full review

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