Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States: Developed in the Official and Historical Annals of the Republic
Rev. B.F. Morris's magnum opus, the Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States, published in 1864, is nearly impossible to find. The debate over America's Christian heritage ends with this book. Morris leaves no historical document unturned in discovering America's rich Christian heritage, and he accomplished all of his detailed research 140 years ago before there were computers! No other work compares to it. We've never seen an original copy of this massive work. A few years ago, a well-known conservative publishing company considered printing the imposing book. For undisclosed reasons, the publisher declined. Two factors probably contributed to the decision: the overtly Christian character of the material and the exorbitant cost that would go into its production. American Vision is the exclusive distributor of an expertly scanned copy all 831 pages and 26 chapters of Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States. The format is PDF. If you like, the book can be printed in its entirety or one page at a time. The choice is yours.
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WHY DOES GOOGLE disable COMMENTING in the pdf file!? Is there some reason they don't want to allow us to HIGHLIGHT and UNDERLINE and TAKE NOTES on certain passages?
ALLOW COMMENTING GOOGLE! What is this, Soviet Russia-style pdf files!!?
Why is this book no longer able to be downloaded? I've read it and it's like every other fundy book on the subject - biased and written for the converted. The only thing it proves is the religious right was lying back in the 1800s just as much as today. For Newsmax to say "ACLU be afraid, be very afraid" is hysterical. It sure has kept them out of the court rooms, hasn't it? Google should make this book available again.
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Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States ...
Benjamin Franklin Morris
No preview available - 2015