The Faith of George W. Bush

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Penguin, Nov 10, 2003 - Religion - 224 pages
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In the first book to explore the religious ideals and background of the 43rd president of the United States, The Faith of George W. Bush discusses how Bush's spiritual beliefs shape his private life as well as drive his policies and politics. More than any other presidency in recent years, George W. Bush's presidency is "faith based." He has often said that faith saved his life, nurtured his family, established his political career, and helped form the destiny of the nation. Discover how Bush incorporates his faith and belief in God into every detail of life. From his devotional time alone each morning to his frequent use of Scripture in his speeches, the president relies upon his faith to direct his actions and goals. The Faith of George W. Bush recounts Bush's conversion to Christianity in 1986, when he overcame a growing dependence on alcohol by turning to the Bible to save his marriage and family. From the tragedy of September 11 to the conflict in Iraq, President Bush has learned to use his faith to help him live his public and private life. This revealing book will inspire others to do the same.

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CHAPTER ONE A Charge to Keep
CHAPTER TWO And Manfully to Fight
CHAPTER THREE The Nomadic Years
CHAPTER FOUR Of Men and Mustard Seeds
CHAPTER FIVE My Faith Frees Me
CHAPTER SIX To Build a House of Faith
CHAPTER SEVEN A New Day of Infamy
EPILOGUE To Serve the Present Age

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Stephen Mansfield is the author of numerous books on history and leadership, including The Faith of George W. Bush, a New York Times bestseller.

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