One Nation Under God: A Factual History of America's Religious Heritage (Paperback)
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"One Nation Under God: A Factual History of America's Religious Heritage" is a study of our Founding Fathers---their beliefs, their goals and their history.
It uses the direct words of the Founding Fathers from personal letters, personal Bible notes, and many more substantiated sources.
"One Nation Under God "follows the spiritual direction of our country from the time the Puritans landed in the new world up to today. Our loss of faith in God and how that loss has impacted our society is profiled. It includes quotes from some of the people that had the most influence on the growth of our once great nation and some of the people and events that have caused our nation to decline economically, socially, and morally.
"One Nation Under God "includes many landmark court cases that have affected our way of life in the way the American people can worship the Lord in public and in private. "One Nation Under God" is a map of our rise to greatness and our decline to the potential oblivion of this once light on the hill for all the world to follow. It also is a guide on how to reclaim our greatness by turning back to God for His forgiveness and guidance.
The farther away we move from God the worse our society becomes. "One Nation under God" sets out to prove to the country---possibly the world---that we are a Christian nation.
About the Author
Leon Stevens has a passion for the history of America and its founding. He is a patriot and is very concerned about the direction our country is heading. He believes we were founded on Judeao-Christian principles. He believes the direction of our country for the last forty-five years has taken away the very foundation that our country was built upon.
Born and raised in Sacramento, California, he served four years in the United States Air Force. Leon is an accountant currently working in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has been married for thirty-five years and has three children and four grandchildren. As a lay minister at Southern Hills Baptist Church in Las Vegas, Nevada, he preachs the Gospel at an assisted living home and also at a memory care facility. Leon runs the "Senior Care Ministry for Southern Hills.