“Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions” by B.F Morris published in 1864 is a detailed look at the founding of our country from a Christian perspective and makes extensive use of original source documents.
From the preface:
This volume is the voice of the best and wisest men of the republic. It must, therefore, have weight with the American people, and be a political thesaurus and text-book to the scholar, the teacher, the patriot, the politician, the statesman, the jurist, the legislator, the divine, and, in a word, to all classes of American citizens.
The work is not speculative or theoretical, but a series of facts to unfold and establish the Christian life and character of the civil institutions of the United States, in the light of which every American citizen can trace to its source the true glory of the nation, and learn to appreciate its institutions and to venerate and imitate the great and good men who founded them.
The volume is committed to the blessing of God and to the judgment and favor of the American people, in humble trust that it may aid in preserving and perpetuating to future generations the Union of the States, the integrity of the best government ever instituted by the wisdom of men, and the nation of the American Republic.
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