By Rod Gragg
From the writer of cast in religion comes the extraordinary untold background of ways the religion of our fathers severely stimulated the end result of the yankee Revolution and the start of the USA of America.
“A page-turner that reads like a novel!”
Here, within the attention-grabbing follow-up to his renowned paintings Forged in religion, award-winning historian Rod Gragg finds how the yankee Revolution used to be fired and fueled through America’s founding faith—the Judeo-Christian worldview. in keeping with meticulous learn and propelled via a fast paced sort, By the Hand of windfall uncovers the intense, almost-forgotten background of the faith-based Revolution that secured American liberty and nationhood.
From the yank people’s first resistance to assaults on their God-given or “inalienable” rights, during the dramatic battlefield occasions of the Revolution and normal George Washington’s pivotal faith-based management, to the climactic give up of Cornwallis’s British military at Yorktown, By the Hand of windfall exposes the long-overlooked yet severe aspect that saved alive the yank struggle for Independence and influenced the final word victory that verified the us of the USA.
In the phrases of George Washington: “The Hand of windfall has been so conspicuous in all this, that he needs to be worse than an infidel that lacks religion. . . .”
Graced by means of a fast paced narrative and according to the huge examine Gragg has so significantly utilized to different occasions in American historical past, By the Hand of windfall is an insightful and engaging account of the faith-based Revolution that secured American independence and nationhood.
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