The Bulletproof George Washington

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WallBuilders, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 62 pages
36 Reviews
Colonial George Washington's perilous experiences in the French and Indian War are chronicled in this riveting account of God's providence and protection. The only officer on horseback to avoid being shot down, young Washington openly attributed his miraculous escape from harm to the intervention of a sovereign God. A story once founded in student textbooks, this awe-inspiring adventure is recaptured in a modern edition complete with maps and illustrations.

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Review: Bulletproof George Washington: An Account of God's Providential Care

User Review  - Chase Snarr - Goodreads

Revisionist garbage. A handful of cherry picked unverified quotations and a story of Washington being used as proof of God. This is not a book on historical events. This is a self-gratifying work of historical fiction. Ridiculous and embarrassing. Read full review

Review: Bulletproof George Washington: An Account of God's Providential Care

User Review  - Krista King - Goodreads

A good book short "less than 200pg book" about Washington's early military life and the fact that nobody could kill him. It is a shame however that it mentions other battles in where such events happen, they are not emphasized in the main book but only in the epilogue. Read full review

About the author (2003)

David Barton has been a Research Associate at Stanford University and a Visiting Scholar at OISE, Toronto. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Lancaster University.

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