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The Stamp of Glory: A Novel

The Stamp of Glory A Novel Amid continuing debate over just how Christian are the Christian roots of the United States The Stamp of Glory is the first book in a multigenerational family saga where the main characters interact

  • Title: The Stamp of Glory: A Novel
  • Author: Tim Stafford
  • ISBN: 9780785269052
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • Amid continuing debate over just how Christian are the Christian roots of the United States, The Stamp of Glory is the first book in a multigenerational family saga where the main characters interact with actual historical Christians who helped changed America for the better The story of a fictional southern family intertwines across three decades with key historicalAmid continuing debate over just how Christian are the Christian roots of the United States, The Stamp of Glory is the first book in a multigenerational family saga where the main characters interact with actual historical Christians who helped changed America for the better The story of a fictional southern family intertwines across three decades with key historical figures at the heart of the abolitionist movement in the United States.

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      Published :2018-09-11T10:13:19+00:00

    1 thought on “The Stamp of Glory: A Novel

    1. Overall, a fairly good read! It was a little long for its plot, and heavy on history where it should have had more character development--but I really loved the appearances of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton--it really did read like a fascinating, well written journal of daily life leading up to the Civil War. Surprisingly good!

    2. Historical novel; tells the work of many of the anti-Slavery orators and statesmen. There is an underlying story about a fictional family.

    3. I can't believe I had forgotten about this book until I found it today going through my mom's books. I highly recommend it. It's insightful, compelling and educational. I remember having some great conversations about it with a Christian African-American friend. As I recall it was her copy that I borrowed and read and then recommended it to my mom over ten years ago.

    4. Interesting historical fiction about the abolition movement in the US, but the writing was somewhat dry and choppy.

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