Dawn's Early Light

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Xulon Press, Incorporated, 31. märts 2008 - 336 pages
Larry Haggard is a native Oklahoman who has served as pastor, church planter, and school administrator including a stint as Vice-President of Southeastern Free Will Baptist College outside of Raleigh, North Carolina. His bachelor's degrees are from Northeastern Oklahoma State University and Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College. He holds a master's degree from Free Will Baptist College, a Doctor of Ministry from Calvary Baptist Seminary, and a Ph. D. from Louisiana Baptist University. Dr. Haggard currently pastors First Free Will Baptist Church in Jacksonville, North Carolina. He and his wife Rose have four children. This book is a fine account of the Biblical roots of our Republic and can be an excellent tool for Christian students and adults who want to understand how our basic political principles find their roots in the Christian faith. This book helps Americans understand who we are as a people and where we come from. It will help readers appreciate both our inheritance from the past and our responsibilities towards the future. Tom A Coburn, M.D. U.S. Senate This book puts the very important history of our country, from Columbus to Washington, into an inspiring, easily understandable overview. Most fascinating is the key role faith plays in the lives of past leaders and in the principles upon which our great nation was established. It is vital that all Americans become aware of the information in this book. Bill Federer Author, Historian Dawn's Early Light is a well-written, well-researched, and easy-to-read resource book that accurately explains the formation of America from early Christendom to the writing of the U.S. Constitution. Pastor Haggard maps out God's mighty hand uponthis great nation, under God. I consider it a must read for the historian, new and old. Dr. Rich Hobson Foundation for Moral Law

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