The Faith of America's Presidents
Vendor: Living Ink Books
Publication Date: March 16, 2007
Number of Pages: 592
Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)
THE FAITH OF AMERICA'S PRESIDENTS
" THOROUGHLY RESEARCHED, SUPERBLY WRITTEN, THIS WILL CHALLENGE AND SURPRISE MANY VETERAN HISTORIANS."
- Dough Wead
(Author of New York Times bestsellers The Raising of a President and All The President's Children)
Though every president of the United Stated has thought of himself as a Christian, some have denied various doctrines of orthodox Christianity. Daniel Mount carefully examines each president's religious beliefs and compares those beliefs to the doctrines of biblical Christianity. He discusses their conversion experiences (when applicable), examines how their religious beliefs affected their presidencies, scrutinized their beliefs pertaining to God's role in American history, and looks into important historical controversies.
The Faith of America's Presidents contains both new and long-forgotten facts about, and statements made by many of our American Presidents. Recently discovered (or rediscovered) information leads to new or modified conclusions about the religious beliefs of Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, James Buchanan, and Richard Nixon.
The author uses original sources-letters and firsthand recollections-to offer one of the most comprehensive portrayals of the topic ever written.
DANIEL J. MOUNT began researching the faith of Americans Presidents during his years as a homeschooled student and then continued his research while earning his Bachelor's degree in American History and Political Science. While promoting the Faith of America's Presidents, he has appeared appeared on numerous national and local radio shows, including Janet Parshall’s "America," Moody Broadcasting Network’s "Prime Time America," Chuck Crismier’s "Viewpoint," Bob and Geri Boyd’s "Issues in Education," and Phyllis Schlafly’s "Eagle Forum Live." His articles have appeared in magazines as diverse as Singing News and Home School Digest. He lives in Avery's Creek, North Carolina.