Take a walk through Washington, D.C. with Newt and Callista Gingrich to view our nation's historic monuments and memorials. You will quickly find ...Show synopsisTake a walk through Washington, D.C. with Newt and Callista Gingrich to view our nation's historic monuments and memorials. You will quickly find yourself on a profound and surprising walk of discovery and renewal. Your first stop will be the National Archives, where Thomas jefferson's immortal words from the Declaration of Independence that all "are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, " jump off the page with the inescapable truth that from day one in our country's history, the source of freedom was neither the state nor even the Founding Fathers. "Rediscovering God in America" sounds a clarion call to remind us that America's greatness is firmly rooted in our ongoing history as a nation under God.Hide synopsis
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Newt and his wife take the reader on a wonderful stroll through our nation's capitol in search of God. Trust me, they find more than you have been taught about the importance of God to our forefathers. God was no passing fancy or the politically correct lip service to sway voters like today's political leaders believe. God was the sovereign rights giver who, in their belief system, was worthy of worship and honor now reflected in the artifacts left behind in our capitol. Newt proves without a shadow of a doubt from the writings, souvenirs, dedication plaques, engravings and even the monuments themselves that our country was not only founded for God's glory but that our leaders actually believed in this fact and lived this fact. I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. The pictures were beautiful and the book's layout is as nice as the Capitol mall itself. Can't wait for my dad to open his copy for Christmas.
I blog for Thomas Nelson and this book was a free copy. They don't tell me what to say and they certainly doesn't correct my grammer and spelling!
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