The Rewriting of America's History

The Rewriting of America s History Catherine Millard undertakes to describe how the history of America has been reinterpreted and rewritten by secularist and humanist historians who have systematically excluded much that relates to fai

  • Title: The Rewriting of America's History
  • Author: Catherine Millard D. James Kennedy
  • ISBN: 9780889650923
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • Catherine Millard undertakes to describe how the history of America has been reinterpreted and rewritten by secularist and humanist historians who have systematically excluded much that relates to faith in God from their accounts.

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    1. She gives us the people or place. Tells about them & then gives what is being said today. The national park service looks bad. I notices this when I went on the tour with Barron to Jamestown in 1994. the history interpretor looks only at politically correct history.

    2. Great book to read about our American history, our TRUE American history. Not the watered down version that some would have you to believe. Things I had known, learned, and are no longer taught in public schools. They teach us history, but leave our Christian heritage out. Many believe it's not even true. But read it for yourself, especially if you like American history, especially how it all started. If you didn't know it already, you will be astounded to find out. There were new things I even [...]

    3. I started reading this book when my husband was in the military. My husband has been out of the military for over two years now. In my defense, it spent six months "missing" in a box after we moved out of military housing.This book took me a long time to read partially because I spent a lot of time raging at the book for using faulty half-made arguments. Most of the examples the author uses to support her claims only show the information currently provided at some of our nation's historical land [...]

    4. This book was a very startling read. I wish everyone could read this. Sometimes I felt as though they laid it on too heavily, but as the book progresses one can understand why. After reading this I am now curious how much all the secularism has accelerated in the past 15 years. What a sad, sad state our country is in!

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