Feb 25, 08
Read in February, 2006
This book was the beginning of an in depth study of the Founding Fathers, the Founding Documents, the study of government and economics, and the beginning of my understanding, love, and passion for the providential truth of the founding of America. I read every book Ezra Taft Benson quoted from in this book and went on to read more than 40 books in this realm of study because of the inspiration and great overview this book was. I highly recommend it for everyone who calls him or herself an American.
Some topics covered in this book include:
*The lives and providential experiences of the Founding Fathers.
*Prophecy and revelation relating to the founding of America.
*The correct system of economics, free markets, entrepreneurship, self-reliance, etc.
*The errant problems with government (public) education--secular humanism, multiculturalism, and godlessness.
*Hope for the future in the changes we need to actively facilitate.