☃ Sounding Forth the Trumpet Author Peter Marshall – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Sounding Forth the Trumpet This Survey Of America S History Between 1837 And 1860 Deals With The Agonizing Issues Connected With Bringing The Ideal Of Equality Into Conformity With Actual Practice As The Country Was Forced To Finally Deal With The Tragic Reality Of Slavery

10 thoughts on “Sounding Forth the Trumpet

  1. says:

    Not my favorite book because the whole thing is about slavery and how the South s arrogance kept it going The writers are obviously from the North They mentioned the wage slavery, and the caste society and snobbery of the North in passing, but resounded how the South was worse because even Christian slave owners beat, slept and had children with their slaves When they stuck to the facts it was super, but I could have done without a jab in every chapter I believe bo...

  2. says:

    Sounding Forth the Trumpet.By Peter Marshall and David Manuel.This is the third book in a series on American history The first being The Light and the Glory and the second being From Sea to Shining Sea This third book deals with the era of 1837 to 1860 It moves us from the days of John Quincy Adams to The election of Abraham Lincoln The dark underlying theme of this age was the subject of slavery and the authors make no qualms about the influence Christianity had during this period Eve Sounding Forth the Trumpet.By Peter Marshall and David Manuel.This is the third book in a series on American history The first being The Light and the Glory and the second being From Sea to Shining Sea This third book deals with the era of 1837 to 1860 It moves us from the days of John Quincy Adams to The election of Abraham Lincoln The dark underlying theme of this age was the subject of slavery and the authors make no qualms about the influence Christianity had during this period Even among the slaves, most were Christian JQA was the opening gun against slavery and the last Puritan and mortal connection to the founding fathers of the only nation to promote a free republic governed by the consent of the governed that guaranteed to all her citizens the God given rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness Our founders sa...

  3. says:

    This book was phenomenal There was so much I didn t know about the years leading up to the Civil War, and it was so good to learn it all from an insightful Christian point of view I highly recommend this entire series.

  4. says:

    This book changed the way I felt about American history It was no longer a bunch of dates and old men s names to memorize It was brought to life for me.

  5. says:

    This third volume in Marshall and Manuel s providential American history series, God s Plan for America, after The Light and the Glory, covering 1492 to 1787, and From Sea to Shining Sea, covering 1767 to 1837, brings to life one of the most crucial epochs in America s history covering the events leading up to and precipitating the Civil War, including the Gold Rush, the Mexican War, the skirmishes of Bleeding Kansas, and the emergence of Abraham Lincoln, with emphasis on the tragic issue of s This third volume in Marshall and Manuel s providential American history series, God s Plan for America, after The Light and the Glory, covering 1492 to 1787, an...

  6. says:

    Started reading for summer morning timekrb 6 27 17I highly recommend all 3 books in this series..krb 7 26 17

  7. says:

    Great perspective on why the Civil War was fought I have come to the conclusion, despite all the protestations of the South, that this war was fought solely about slavery The price in blood was required of this country for the longstanding sin of slavery.

  8. says:

    Very eye opener for this southerner

  9. says:

    This final book takes us further west, with the battles of Texas and Mexico and then the issue of slavery So well written and readable Highly recommend.

  10. says:

    Almost done with high school history for forever

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