Bold Christian Founder of America whom God was glad to honor

Patrick Henry

Most Americans only ever see in print the words, Give me liberty or give me death! for the speech of Patrick Henry. The rewriters of America's history have even given out false information pertaining to a foundational document which sparked the entire American Revolution! They have said there is no complete copy of his speech. They did not want you to see his faith and dependence upon God. Order the book from this site, by Catherine Millard, The Rewriting of America's History, for $13.95 and enjoy 462 pages of wonderful truth from our history.


INTRODUCTION

Listen to the words of Patrick Henry. He testified to his Christian faith. He knew even then that many said he was a deist, and he clearly denounced deism. Read for yourself.

GOOD ROLE MODEL
Let the faith of this man be restored to our children as a role model. The truth of his convictions has been robbed from our children. Children can identify with his boldness, his courage, his conviction. They can understand his confidence towards God in saying what he said and doing what he did. Let the truth of Christian faith in the founding fathers be restored to children.

Children need to see the virtue of a fiery speech, the goodness of heartfelt conviction expressed to the full in due season. They also need to see the source of that boldness and the reason for such liberty to speak.

If the children only see the fire and do not see the source, the guidance, the inspiration of that fire,... then they may be more inclined to seek extreme self-expression void of godly influence, empty of godly motives.
There is a difference between a child trying to imitate boldness and a child seeking to follow a boldness by the faith of God through Jesus Christ.

It's like David and Goliath. If a child hears a story about a youth defeating a seasoned warrior and is told, what the mind can conceive, you can achieve; then I fear for that child's life. But if that child connects David's victory with faith towards God, then that child has a godly understanding growing into his life.
So with Patrick Henry, it is not good just to show his boldness to children without also showing his faith to those same children. And it is even worse to hide both his faith and his courage from the children.

Restore true history examples to our Christian children! Give them life's stories on which to feed their souls and find strength for their own lives. Quit depriving them of the great Christian stories of America. The Jews have their heros of faith. We have our American heros of faith who based their faith on the same God through His Son Jesus Christ. Those men were not deists! They would denounce anyone who taught students such a lie. Their courage, boldness, and convictions were moderated by the wisdom found in scripture. Today we do well to give children a way to moderate their own zeal. What do we expect to happen when children try to be bold but have no anchor to keep them on course. Shall we try to teach boldness and confidence without first showing faith toward God? What shall be the result of such teaching except self-determined confusion? See articles on Self-esteem courses.

Consider the young men out there trying to learn how manhood works. They see strong men on tv do violent actions and get their way. They hear the schools tell them to be self-expressive, to discover themselves,...and without any restraint of the Ten Commandments, without any encouragement of faith towards God, the result is often chaos! Like the poem in the Educator for May from the girl in Burkburnett, a soul in chaos,...is a crying shame.

CUTTING OFF ROOTS
Remember the motivation for cutting off those roots of our Christian heritage. Karl Marx wrote "Cut off a people from their roots and they are easily swayed." Lenin agreed with that strategy in the communist manifesto. John Dewey the so called father of modern education agreed with that strategy and did so affirm in the Amerikanized version of the Communist Manifesto which we call the Humanist Manifesto. People, open your eyes and see the distortion and omission of truth which affect not only teachers but children as well.


Patrick Henry's words on the Bible.
The Bible is a book worth more than all the other books that were ever printed. (page 163, Original Intent, 1966 by David Barton who gives two old book titles for this reference. One source is from the year 1818 and the second is from 1929. )

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PATRICK HENRY ON DEISM
Here's what Patrick Henry said he believed about deism and Christianity.
"The rising greatness of our country...is greatly tarnished by the general prevalence of deism, which, with me, is but another name for vice and depravity....I hear it is said by the deists that I am one of their number; and indeed that some good people think I am no Christian. This thought gives me much more pain than the appellation of Tory (being called a traitor), because I think religion of infinitely higher importance than politics....Being a Christian...is a character which I prize far above all this world has or can boast."
(from The Life of Patrick Henry of Virginia by A. G. Arnold in 1854)

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Life and Character of P. Henry
A famous oration on the Life and Character of Patrick Henry given by William R. Drinkard of Petersburg in 1840, May 29th has these words.... The glory which encircles the past history of our country, is undying and eternal;...
The angel of darkness once hovered o'er our land, and deep was the midnight gloom which succeeded its advent....the Christian could but weep at the desecration of those altars which had been dedicated to the service of his God. ...
Distant nations were appalled at the scene, and the red-eyed monster (Great Brittan) was about to leap upon his prey (America), when suddenly many stars of great magnitude appeared in our firmament, and dissipated the clouds which threatened our destruction. Among the first and brightest of this distinguished galaxy was he whom we have met this day and honor.
....The cries of his suffering countrymen pierced his heart, and he nobly resolved to hazard all in their defence. Prostrating himself before the altar of his country, he placed upon it the rich oblation of an honest heart...

We might inquire, if the meekness of the Christian and the fire of the patriot had not been so happily blended in him, what would have been the result of the union of the vice with the untamed majesty of his spirit-stirring eloquence?

Such is the beauty and the force of virtue. Without it, the most splendid and embellished intellect is but the unguarded and deadly instrument of dire destruction...

The monuments of our own glory must pass away; the unequalled fame of our dear America may be retained only upon the molded leaf of some forgotten record; but the name and the deeds of Patrick Henry will ever be remembered while there is life in history, or in song...our people are a mighty people, and our government is a splendid government...

It is particularly incumbent upon us, who are about to go into the world, and to perform our respective parts in the various scenes through which we shall pass, to study well the great principles upon which our government is based, and to consult the best oracles of wisdom and virtue that we may be happy, and that 'our days may be long in the land which the Lord our God hath given us...'

Let us go forth clad in the armor of truth and justice and righteousness, determined to perform our duty in defiance of the combined 'powers of darkness and the wicked one;' and all may yet be well. But if, unhappily, the distressing calamities, of which I have spoken should fall upon our devoted land, I humbly pray that Heaven may, once more, smile upon our bleeding cause.

And when the hour of trial and of danger shall come, possibly there may be found among those whom I now address, another Washington who shall lead our armies to glory and to triumph, another Franklin who shall guide the awakened energies of our people, and another Henry who shall 'ride upon the whirlwind and direct the storm.' Finis
This oration points to his meekness as a Christian and his zeal as an American patriot.

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George Mason letter to P. Henry
These words were written from George Mason at the end of the Revolutionary War.
I congratulate you most sincerely, on the accomplishment of what I know was the warmest wish of your heart, the establishment of American independence and the liberty of our country. We are now to rank among the nations of the world; but whether our independence will prove a blessing or a curse, must depend upon our own wisdom or folly, virtue or wickedness. Judging of the future from the past, the prospect is not promising.

Justice and virtue are the vital principles of Republican Government; but among us a depravity of manners and morals, prevails, to the destruction of all confidence between man and man. It greatly behooves the Assembly to revise several of our laws, and to abolish all such as are contrary to the fundamental principles of justice...It is in your power my dear sir, to do more good and prevent more mischief than any man in this State; and I doubt not that you will exert the great talents with which God has blessed you , in promoting the public happiness and prosperity.

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Day of Fasting
When Thomas Jefferson, at age 26, was elected to the House of Burgesses in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 1768, Patrick Henry was the popular leader of this House.

The two men worked together so well, that they drafted a resolution for a national day of prayer and fasting
which took place on June 1, 1774.

The entire House of Burgesses in Williamsburg adjourned, going in processional to the Bruton Parish Church to hear a biblical sermon.

Henry called upon Jefferson in 1774, after the British Parliamentary Act closing the port of Boston; they drafted a resolution for a national day of prayer, humiliation and fasting.

Geoge Washington wrote in his diary for that day, June 1, 1774: 'Went to church and fasted all day.' Shortly thereafter, Henry's resounding "Liberty Speech" was heard around the world. Setting of that famous speech

Look at the Bible scripture he uses in the speech delivered at St. John's Expiscopal Church in Henrico, Parish, Richmond, Virginia, March 23, 1775.

The church was built in 1741 on a hill, on a street called "Grace Street" depicting God's unlimited grace to His people. Its beautiful wooden steeple glorifies God with the cross of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. (See book by Catherine Millard, The Re-writing of America's History, with foreword by Dr. D. James Kennedy of Corral Ridge Presbyterian Church, page 131-142.

The original communion area within the church where Patrick made his speech shows forth the Ten Commandments, the Lord's Prayer, and the Apostles' Creed upon a wall in handsome calligraphy. The Second Virginia Convention convened in this church after removing from the House of Burgesses by the governor, and where on March 23, 1775 Patrick gave his famous speech, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death. It is a terrible offence that children are not given the entire speech to see the character of this man. Omission of his words and villifying him to be a deists is an afront against God and the children and a sin against those Christian parents who expect truth in the public schools.

My desire is for teachers to read this and repent and do what is right in teaching children the true Christian history of America.

His formal education only reached third grade. But what good education they had in those days. A far cry from today's system that has resulted in the dumbing down of our children. (The Dumbing Down of Our Children, 1996 and international comparison tests that rank America way down in the listing.)

A bronze plaque in the church has these words, "The commonwealth of Virginia has caused this table to be erected in the Virginia Convention assembled in this church March 2333,1775. By his immortal eloquence he inspired in his countrymen the clear vision of truth and duty and roused them to consecrate themselves to the defense of Liberty."

In that church, in the presence of Washington, Jefferson, and the other members of the Second Virginia Convention, the torch of Liberty was kindled by the inspired words of Patrick Henry.

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His Famous Speech

The complete, uncensored, uncut speech of Patrick Henry is reproduced here in its entirety. Unknown to most Americans this famous liberty speech also contained great appeals and supplications to Almighty God for his beloved America.

Although many loyalist voices urged calm and absolute submission, others----like Patrick Henry---cried for action. In his fiery speech before the Virginia House on March 23, 1775, Henry proclaimed:

Mr. President: no man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House. But different men often see the same subject in different lights; and, therefore, I hope that it will not be thought disrespectful to those gentlemen, if entertaining as I do, opinions of a character very opposite to theirs, I shall speak forth my sentiments freely and without reserve.

This is no time for ceremony. The question before the House is one of awful moment to this country.
For my own part I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery;
and in proportion to the magnitude of the subject ought to be the freedom of the debate.
It is only in this way that we can hope to arrive at truth, and fulfill the great responsibility which we hold to God and our country.
Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason toward my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the majesty of heaven, which I revere above all earthly things.

Mr. President, it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope.
We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren, till she transforms us into beasts.
Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty?
Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and having ears hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation?

For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth;
to know the worst and provide for it.

I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided; and that is the lamp of experience.
I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past.
And judging by the past I wish to know what there has been in the conduct of the British ministry for the last ten years to justify those hopes with which gentlemen have been pleased to solace themselves and the House?

Is it that insidious smile with which our petition has been lately received?
Trust it not, sir; it will prove a snare to your feet.
Suffer not yourselves to be betrayed with a kiss.

Ask yourselves how this gracious reception of our petition comprts with these warlike preparations which cover our waters and darken our land.
Are fleets and armies necessary to a work of love and reconciliation?

Have we shown ourselves so unwilling to be reconciled, that force must be called in to win back our love?

Let us not deceive ourselves, sir. These are the implements of war and subjugation; the last arguments to which kings resort.

I ask gentlemen, sir, what means this martial array, if its purpose be not to force us to submission?
Can gentlemen assign any other possible motives for it?
Has Great Britain any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of navies and armies?

No, sir, she has none. They are meant for us; they can be meant for no other.
They are sent over to bind and rivet upon us those chains which the British ministry have been so long forging.
And what have we to oppose them?

Shall we try argument?

Sir, we have been trying that for the past ten years.
Have we anything new to offer on the subject?
Nothing.
We have held the subject up in every light of which it is capable;
but it has all been in vain.
Shall we resort to entreaty and humble supplication?
What terms shall we find which have not already been exhausted?

Let us not, I beseech you, sir, deceive ourselves longer.
Sir, we have done everything that could be done to avert the storm which is now coming on.
We have petitioned; we have remonstrated; we have supplicated;
we have prostrated ourselves before the throne,
and have implored its interposition to arrest the tyrannical hands of the ministry and parliament.

Our petitions have been slighted;
our remonstrances [complaints] have produced additional violence and insult;
our supplications have been disregarded;
and we have been spurned with contempt from the foot of the throne.

In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation.
There is no longer any room for hope.
If we wish to be free---
if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending ----
if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged,
and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained, we must fight!

I repeat it, sir, we must fight!
An appeal to arms and to the God of Hosts is all that is left us!

They tell us, sir, that we are weak---unable to cope with so formidable an adversary.

But when shall we be stronger? Will it be next week, or next year?
Will it be when we are totally disarmed and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house?

Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction?...

Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance by lying supinely on our backs, and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot?

Sir, we are not weak, if we make a proper use of those means which the God of nature hath placed in our power.
Three millions of people armed in the holy cause of liberty and in such a country as that which we possess are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us.

Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us.

The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave...

Besides, sir, we have no election.
If we were base enought to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest.
There is no retreat but in submission and slavery!
Our chains are forged!
Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston!
The war is inevitable---and let it come! I repeat, sir, let it come!

It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter.
Gentlemen may cry peace, peace---but there is no peace!
The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms!

Our brethren are already in the field!

Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have?

Is life so dear, or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God!

I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!!!

Documentation of this entire speech

This entire speech is preserved intact. See the proceedings of the March 23, 1775, Virginia Convention.

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Patrick Henry and His Faith
He believed God had blessed America. He believed we should live righteousness. He believed in blessing from God. He believed in a gracious God. Warning. He also believed in warning Americans they would be miserable if they went contrary to God. See the quote that follows. He used Proverb 14:34 in May 1765 "Righteousness alone can exalt a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people." He believed that Americans must be willing to stand for righteousness at any cost. These words conclude a note he wrote and signed. "...separated the two countries and gave independence to ours. Whether this will prove a blessing or a curse, will depend upon the use our people make of the blessing, which a gracious God hath bestowed upon us. If they are wise, they will be great and happy. If they are of a contrary character, they will be miserable. Righteousness alone can exalt them as a nation. Reader! Whoever thou art, remember this, and in thy sphere practice virtue thyself, and encourage it in others. (signed) P. Henry

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Birth and Marriage
Born May 29, 1736 to Colonel and Mrs. John Henry in Studley, Hanover County, Virginia. His father emigrated from Aberdeen, Scotland in 1730. Patrick married at age 18. His life had direction and fruit with the loving support of an excellent wife. He applied to law school and was suprisingly accepted. Prior to law school, his formal education only extended through the third grade. He learned how to read and he kept on reading and studying.

COMMENTS
God is restoring the hearts of the parents to the children and the hearts of the children to the parents. He will help and bless parents who seek to give their children the good role models of the Christian founding fathers of this nation. Government is of the people, not the state; therefore it is up to you the people to take the government of education for your children into your own authority. Remember the idea of local schools representing the desires of parents for their children? Not the desire of an impersonal state system. No impersonal state system can believe in God. It is up to parent who believe to be responsible for the education of children!

The state is constituted by the people for the preservation of the people, not the domineering of those people and their rights. Not only are the souls of children at stake, but through them and us, the future of a nation.

Now is the time for salvation. Now is the time for making things right. Restitution is at hand, either by us to our children, or by God to our nation. Choose life that we may live in freedom of Christ which our Founders so wonderfully gave us.

Teach the children with parent centered values in Christ rather than state centered values in money and world economics! The state is not only depriving them of God and the Bible and family values in Christ, it has also been busy replacing those traditional values in subtle ways.

Teaching the children to judge parents and change their own parents values is just one item already seen in the Major Cultural Changes happening in our text books! Somewhere, Christian parents released their responsibility to train up their children in the faith. Now we must reclaim that God given responsibility as parents under God! Take heed to your flocks. Do you know what your child is reading? Do you know what the state is saying to your children? Or are you being presumptuous in trusting all those far away strangers who write the new text books? Have you read what the new U.N. plan on world education has communicated to the U.S.A? Have you read the Humanist Manifesto of 1933, 1973 or 1990?

Do you want your child's values to be slowly changed over to fit the new world order so they can be a global citizen? That is the plan set up by the National Department of Education. The global order is not Christian, and it is already chipping away on the rock of American families and their children. Wake Up! It is in local books and deeds that the state knows better than the parents!


Patrick Henry offers children a good role model of a strong and courageous Christian man. The children are robbed of his example when teachers throughout American public schools present him as a deist. Educational colleges give teachers the false impression that our Founding Fathers were deists and lump Patrick Henry in with them as a deist. His own words address that issue. Consider the full context of his own words.
Patrick Henry gives a good example of how our children have been robbed of good role models by denigrating our Founding Fathers. Patrick could and should serve as a good role model to children. But the college of education has chosen to misprepresent him, to smear him along with others as a deist. Educators rob the children of this opportunity of a good role model when they fail to give affirmation to his Christian faith.
Most teachers do this because they do not know the truth. They never read the complete speech. They only accepted a broad generalizing smear about our founding fathers, that they were predominately deists. Teachers are even more responsible to check their source and get history right. Teachers assume they can trust their educational degree to have correctly prepared them to teach. When they realize the bias of humanism in their educational colleges, then hopefully, they will reconsider what they have learned and start again to learn truths of education. For what they do pass on from humanistic educational bias, is devasting to the faith and understanding of children. Teachers, to whom much is given, much is expected.
Ignorance is not a defense against falling short. You are responsible for what you teach. Please check your source. There is no condemnation, only an appeal to repent, and begin to teach the truth. Our children are at stake. Give them the Christian role models available in American history!

Teacher education is biased to omit Christian reference. This is no accident.
Ask a hundred teachers, administrators about the man Patrick Henry, whether he was a deist, agnostic, athiest, or Christian. The most common answer, over 90% say he was a deist; some respond with hesitancy and generalizations like, "Well, most of the founding fathers were deists so I guess Patrick Henry was too." while others respond with certainty and vigor that Patrick was a deist." I personally have not had one single teacher answer the truth, according to the man's own words. Not one principal, not one history teacher, not one social studies teacher, not one English teacher. Not one! The power of omission is terrible. Look what it does. Under the forty year old idea of omitting references to God from your children's history lessons, deep roots of Christianity in this nation are destroyed from the minds and hearts of children! In its place, Secular Humanism fills the void. Omission is the most silent kind of deception.

Many are now saying that our children need good role models.

That's why they have the big brother program and the mentors and so many other community volunteer efforts.

Just imagine how much good it would do if those same educators would see fit to take the goosebumps books off the library shelves and abhor them in the commercial for profit stores while at the same time they also restored the good role models from our own red blooded American history.

The Bible has not just been removed. It has been replaced with something else called Secular Humanism. 98% of our true Christian history is omitted from their books! The condensed version of Alexander Tocqueville's book on America has been robbed of many strong Christian references. Most of the things that were omitted to shorten the book for school children reading were the Christian explanations.

What greater robbery than to rob faith giving words from a child. The speech of Patrick Henry, one of the founding fathers of this nation is a vessel of faith. We rob children of their heritage when they are not provided with the lessons offered by such a great man. Jesus said, Woe be unto that man who offends one of these little ones. It were better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck...and cast into the sea. People, let us all repent and give the children the bread of their own history!

My faith would have been built up, had those teachers given me the whole truth; for truth is the word of God and true history is part of His truth. (His word is truth. He declared all things from the beginning to the end and set them in order. Therefore the truth of history even as the truth of mathematics is of God. Not theories, but truth of how the world works, that is of God. The truth of events is of God, for it is He who has set them in order from before the foundation of the world.)

Would today that many more bold and brave, true and loyal teachers would proclaim the truth of Christ in our roots of American history. Then the children would not be cut off from the vine. The flower would not wilt, and the seed would multiply in the blessings of Christ Jesus by the Holy Spirit of God Almighty. Amen


Published by Larry Rice, the editor of this site.

Discussion questions and speech development Discussion questions on this material about Patrick Henry for growth and understanding

I trust you have found this true history of Patrick Henry helpful in the teaching of your children.

The example of a role model can be invaluable for children to see.

The way Patrick Henry worked at his own education is a wonderful example reminding us of the story
of Abe Lincoln studying by the fireplace light, writing with chalk on a shovel.

Four years of buying books and tapes went into the compilation of this one article on Patrick Henry. I send it out freely, as good seed to help children and parents and teachers. I hope some of you will show your support. I want to prepare more texts for downloading on the net. I envision many parents giving copies to many children to carry into their classrooms for others to see and read and hear. You can help.


Try this school homework test for yourself or your students. See if after taking the test you recognize how things can be viewed from one perspective (as in Christian) or another as in worldly.

Questions
1. Did Patrick Henry believe there was no God?
2. Was he a deist?
3. What words of Patrick tell what he believed about God? When and where?
4. Did he believe the Americans could win the war? Why?
5. Did he believe there would be any help for America? (as in to win the war)
6. Why did he say America should not wait any longer before going to war?
7. Can children get a good example for living from this man, Patrick Henry?
8. How would they be influenced by hearing his story?
9. Who would want people to know the story of Patrick Henry and others like his?
10. Who has buried the story of Patrick Henry and others like his? Why?
11. What effect on America is expected by those who have cut these stories off from the schools of America?
12. What would you like to do about resurrecting the story of Patrick Henry?
13. What might happen if children were given this story?
14. What was Patrick's most helpful book? Give reference and context of his statement on this question.
15. Why did Patrick prefer that book above all others.
16. Who else in his time shared his opinion about that same book?
17. What percentage of those who signed the Declaration of Independence had studied the same book that Patrick loved so much?
18. What did they believe about that book

Suggestions for Classroom

1. Let the children take turns delivering his speech until they can flow in it.

2. Look up references from the book Patrick loved and held above all others, that led him to say those inspiring words.

3. Discuss the effect Patrick had on those people around him by saying what he did.

4. Discuss what might have happened if Patrick had been afraid and kept silent? Afraid of what?

5. Discuss at least one more time in history where we read about what can happen when good men do nothing and say nothing.

What other great leaders have spoken of the need for people to stand up and take a stand.

6. What other examples from that book Patrick loved could have inspired him to stand up and take a stand?

7. Do you know anyone else who has been inspired by those same examples to say or do something?

8. Do you know anyone today who has that same favorite book?

9. What is the history of that book? The one from England that the King of England, France, Spain and more authorized to be published?

What is a reason explained in the book that the king's heart moved to print the book?

Sincerely,

Great thanks must be expressed here to the lady who wrote a marvelous book which gives 461 pages of true history contrasted to what is being taught today. No American Christian education is complete without understanding the things presented in this book.
Catherine Millard wrote The REWRITING of AMERICA'S HISTORY.

Richard C. Halverson, Chaplain, United States Senate writes "There is a sense of urgency in this book. God is being systematically removed from the foundational truths undergirding this land. The book depicts the alraming reality of the methods employed in the rewriting of America's history."

Dr. James Kennedy wrote the foreword to this book. You and your children need to read it. I invite you, I urge you to order it now, while you're thinking about it.
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