- Publisher: Johnathan Leavitt (1829)
- ASIN: B000XFLCOK
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,215,512 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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LIVES OF THE SIGNERS TO THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
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Published in 1840, it is possibly a more faithful accounting of the lives of the Founders, the actual signers of the Declaration of Independence, than what you will find today. The fact that today we remember only a few, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and one or two others, is to our greater shame. That we wish to deny the Christian foundation of this country, that our Founders were stalwart men of faith and good conscience, far more faithful to the ideas and principles we today have taken for granted, is to demonstrate the depths to which we have fallen as a nation.
It should be the case that citizens of this nation should learn the very things we require of immigrants to learn to qualify for citizenship. The legitimate new arrivals to this country have to learn more about American history and out founding documents than is required of our own natural born children.
And this book should be required reading for all school age children so they may learn the truth about the very people responsible for our nation's Declaration and Constitution.
Listen to the great speaker and historian, David Barton, who bases all his facts on original documents that his organization has located and preserved. You can find his program, "Is America A Christian Nation" at the [...] website. It's a fascinating presentation, and well worth your time.