The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, Volume 1, Revised
In volume I of The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, discover America’s Christian history and God’s providence in the founding and forming of the world’s first Christian Constitutional Republic and the United States of America’s place on the chain of Christianity moving westward. See history unfold in Verna Hall’s classic compilation of primary source documents. The new Founders Edition features upgraded citation information, valuable documentation required for today’s academic standards.
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Verna Hall’s classic compilation of America’s establishment as the world’s first Christian Constitutional Republic restores the idea of the Providential approach to history and government. from this major volume springs the documentation of the Hand of God in the history of men and nations. Compiled with primary texts, one reads the very words of founders such as Samuel Adams, John Smith, John Locke and other notable figures in colonized American history. The “Westward Chain of Christianity” is also emphasized with the idea of God moving man and government westward to appear as an American Constitutional Republic. Better documented footnoted and a revised layout and side margin notes make this comprehensive work even more impressive. 489 pages with glossary and index. Gold-stamped red vellum cover with embossed Paul Revere eagle.
- Introduction by Felix Morley
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Author: Verna M. Hall
- Editor: Joseph Allan Montgomery
- Publisher: The Foundation for American Christian Education
- Publication Date: 1960
- Pages: 495