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The American Story: The Beginnings (B43)

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The American Story: The Beginnings

America is unique. No other nation in the world has enjoyed the widespread levels of stability, individual prosperity, and personal freedoms that have become customary in America today.

What made America different from other nations? Was it the people, the principles, or the blessing of God? It was all three of these, and this work will highlight each, telling the story of the most exceptional nation in the history of the world.

Our story is not one of a perfect people, yet it is a compelling account of diverse people seeking religious and civil freedom, escaping oppression, pursuing opportunity, and often joining hands to achieve common goals. The American Story highlights some of the interesting moments and incidents affirming God’s Providence in American history. Our past is full of captivating accounts of the brave and the cowardly; of heroes and villains; of atrocities, corruption, and greed as well as self-sacrifice, honor, and redemption. It is a compelling and fascinating story.

Paperback. 379 pages.

Retail Price: $29.99-$39.99

Weight 1.50 lbs
Dimensions 9.0 × 6.1 × 1.0 in
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5 reviews for The American Story: The Beginnings (B43)

  1. Mike Everton

    Great book! This is the history book that should be taught in schools.

  2. Andrew Lavery (verified owner)

    This book is a must read. David and Tim did an amazing job. This book is well written and well researched. One thing I learned from reading this book is the real reason why the people of Boston through the tea into Boston Harbor. It didn’t have anything to do with high taxes.

  3. bethelbibleiowa@gmail.com

    Excellent book! I loved it, it’s easy to read yet thorough and a great background for everyone to understand. I can’t wait for the sequel!

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  5. rwplky

    Thanks for writing this book! There’s so much information of the founders’ faith and I always believed this nation was built on Christian principles. It bolstered my respect for the men and women from the beginning of America that lived their faith for all to see, and that the founders trusted in Divine Providence.

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