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The Christian History of the American Revolution: Consider and PonderF.a.c.e. / Hardcover$33.99 Retail:
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This volume asks Americans to think upon the relationship between the liberty of the Gospel and American political liberty. From 1765-1775 the Colonists engaged in a Constitutional Debate to determine their Biblical basis for the American Revolution. The "Introduction" includes some of Vern Hall's finest writing on American Christianity. 736 pages, gold-stamped blue vellum. Embossed Paul revere eagle. Illustrated. Biographies. Scriptural references. Index of Leading Ideas, by Rosalie J. Slater.
The Bible and the Constitution: A Primer of American Liberty (with Study Guide)Rosalie June Slater, Verna Hall, Carole AdamsF.a.c.e. / 2012 / Trade Paperback$12.49 Retail:
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An adaptation of The Bible and the Constitution, initially published in 1983, this little guide is perfect for personal study or group discussion. Short chapters present a providential-history study of American federalism, America's Christian heritage, and "1983: The Year of the Bible." Study questions complete each section, and illustrations are included throughout. 92 pages, softcover. High School-Adult.
Rudiments of America's Christian History and GovernmentRosalie J. Slater, Verna M. HallF.a.c.e. / Trade Paperback$16.49 Retail:
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This classic study of America's Christian History and Government in the Principle Approach has blessed students young and old since 1968, and is now in a second edition. It has a helpful "Teaching and Learning Guide" in the back and references the Bible, Noah Webster's 1828 American Dictionary, Christian History and Consider and Ponder by Verna Hall, and Teaching and Learning by Rosalie Slater. It guides the student by thought-provoking questions and exercises to research, reason, relate and record. Often used as a school course or reference book, Rudiments is an ideal "Christian History Study Group" text. For junior high through adult.
Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language, 1828 EditionNoah WebsterF.a.c.e. / Hardcover$49.89 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 105 Reviews
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Noah Webster's 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language was produced during the years when the American home, church and school were established upon a Biblical and patriotic basis. Webster made important contributions to an American educational system which kept the nation on a Christian Constitutional course for many years.
It is not surprising, therefore, that the 1828 American Dictionary should contain the greatest number of Biblical definitions given in any reference volume. Webster considered "education useless without the Bible" and while he cautioned against too extensive use of the Bible in schools as "tending to irreverence," he reiterated, "In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed... No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people..."
Discover God's Word as the ultimate parenting handbook! Weaving a reflective narrative of Scripture passages, plays, songs, and insights from Bible commentators such as Alfred Edersheim and Matthew Henry, this unique resource explores God's heart for childhood. Focusing on the lives of Moses, Samuel, David, John, and Jesus, Slater offers an illustrated account of a biblical model for well-ordered Christian families. 140 pages, softcover.
First published in 1895, Joel is set in Galilee at the time of Christ, bringing readers into the customs of the private and public life of first-century Jews. A story of an ordinary boy living among shepherds and fishermen, Joel is a witness to the miracles, death, and resurrection of Jesus. 238 pages, softcover.