John Eidsmoe rights the faulty historical record and correctly brings us back to the roots that made America great . . . clearly demonstrates that our constitutional liberties are a direct result of our founders' moral and religious convictions which were based on a belief in a God who created heaven and earth as well as on the fixed and unchanging absolutes of God's Word.
Robert Skolrood, National Legal Foundation
Legally accurate yet easy to understand . . . presents the truth about our founding fathers and their strong Christian roots that is missing from most textbooks and reference books written during the last fifty years. Every student of American history, ministers, and public speakers should read this book. . . .
Tim LaHaye, Family Life Seminars
Combines an interesting presentation with fine scholarship and a critical m message . . . should be read by anyone interested in the Constitution or Christianity.
Wendell Bird, constitutional attorney
Knowledge of our Christian heritage is an important weapon in the current fight for religious freedom in America. Eidsmoe has given us an entire arsenal of new and important evidence substantiating the Christian roots of our government.
Mike Farris, Home School Legal Defense Association
Balanced and lucid . . . clearly documents the pervasive Christian influence on the lives and thought of those who wrote our Constitution. I recommend it highly as a corrective to the almost totally secular portrayal of the Constitution found in so many textbooks today.
Paul Vitz, author
John Eidsmoe holds five degrees in law, theology, and political science. He currently serves as professor of constitutional law and related subjects at the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, Montgomery, Alabama, where he received the Outstanding Professor Award in 1993. A constitutional attorney and lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, he has also taught church history and other subjects in various seminaries and has produced a twelve-part video series titled The Institute on the Constitution. His other books include The Christian Legal Advisor, God and Caesar, and Columbus and Cortez.
This was a requested Christmas gift for a former Pastor and he was pleased to receive it. I read some before giving the book to him and was pleased by what I found.Published 7 months ago by Raymond J Steed
We don't hear these facts in public schools anymore. It was a great addition to our homeschooled daughter's curriculum.Published 8 months ago by Alan O'Hern
Prof. Eidsmoe has made a painstaking effort to understand what the Founders of the US Constitution believed about faith in Christ and loyalty to Biblical teaching about government,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by James T. Davis
My order was just as I expected-received it before I expected and I would recommend this site to others looking for books anytime.Published 18 months ago by Connie C. Voss
Well written for one and two, easy to read and understand, but I need to finish the to give a better report.Published 22 months ago by Monty Collins
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about what our founding fathers believed and how it influenced our countries founding.Published on July 7, 2013 by Jahanara56
Oftentimes authors try to prove their thesis by building upon one tenuous conclusion to the next, a 1+1=3 style of argumentation. Not so with this book. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Rob Caprera