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A look at the lives and beliefs of our American Founding Fathers by Kate Boyer.
Who were America’s founding fathers?
What did they believe and how did their beliefs influence their way of life?
This session examines the lives and attributes of some of the early patriots and our founding fathers, both the well and little known.
During their lifetime and for many years beyond, citizens desiring to be involved in government at any level were required to profess a belief in Almighty God. In 1848, a history textbook declared of Benjamin Rush (signer of the Declaration of Independence): “Through life, the Bible was a ‘lamp to his feet’… his guide in all things appertaining to his duty toward God and man.” John Adams, 2nd president of the United States, declared that our republican form of government was established for a religious and a moral people, and that it is “wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
Showing maturity of mind and character beyond their modern-day counterparts, these men bravely risked and in some cases gave their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor that this nation might have a birth of freedom… and that honoring the laws of nature and of nature’s God, government of the people, by the people, and for the people should not perish from the earth.
If you’ve ever wondered why it’s important to learn about people who lived two hundred years ago, this workshop is for you!
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