In God is Our Trust

by L.C. Lewis

Walnut Springs Press | October 26, 2011 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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And this be our motto In God is our trust. America exits the War of 1812 battered but determined under the leadership of the last men tutored by the Founding Fathers. As she is welcomed onto the world stage, new leaders prepare to thrust an aggressive platform on the nation, threatening America's unity and her brief period of prosperity and peace. The country's trials have prepared a choice generation, but as adversity afflicts the Pearson home, Hannah enters a crisis of faith, questioning man's interpretation of God's word. The struggles plaguing the Pearsons affect Frannie and the six families with whom the Pearsons have become entangled during the war. As a new religious reformation dawns in America, the Pearsons and Snowdens become involved with a young man from Hannah's past Joseph Smith whose accounts of visions and dealings with angels strain tender relationships and test the Constitution's guarantees of religious liberty.

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Published: October 26, 2011

Publisher: Walnut Springs Press

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 1599928205

ISBN - 13: 9781599928203

Found in: Religion and Spirituality

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In God is Our Trust

by L.C. Lewis

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: October 26, 2011

Publisher: Walnut Springs Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1599928205

ISBN - 13: 9781599928203

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And this be our motto In God is our trust. America exits the War of 1812 battered but determined under the leadership of the last men tutored by the Founding Fathers. As she is welcomed onto the world stage, new leaders prepare to thrust an aggressive platform on the nation, threatening America's unity and her brief period of prosperity and peace. The country's trials have prepared a choice generation, but as adversity afflicts the Pearson home, Hannah enters a crisis of faith, questioning man's interpretation of God's word. The struggles plaguing the Pearsons affect Frannie and the six families with whom the Pearsons have become entangled during the war. As a new religious reformation dawns in America, the Pearsons and Snowdens become involved with a young man from Hannah's past Joseph Smith whose accounts of visions and dealings with angels strain tender relationships and test the Constitution's guarantees of religious liberty.