EJP hosts epic historian and Brother-in-Christ Professor Arthur Bowser on the true Christian faith and life of George Washington.
Baptist Chaplain John Gano Baptizing George Washington, Hudson River, 1781 The following article came from this webpage: http://drjamesgalyon.wordpress.com/2008/06/16/john-gano-evangelist-calvinist-baptist/ John Gano: Evangelist, Calvinist, Baptist John Gano, a contemporary of Isaac Backus, served both as a pastor and as an itinerant evangelist in
Ezra Stiles, Congregationalist Minister and President of Yale College, 1783 AV1611 Reformation Bible-believing, Congregationalist Calvinist Ezra Stiles was in fact one of the principle men behind the Founding Fathers of the American Federal Republic sent from Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Washington Crossing the Delaware River, Accompanied by Baptist Chaplain, Captain John Gano, December 25, 1776 “General Washington’s personal appearance was in harmony with his character; it was a model of manly strength and beauty. He was about six feet two
Baptism of George Washington by Baptist Army Captain, Pastor John Gano, Hudson River, 1783 Dear Brother James, The Jesuits thought that with anti-Illuminati, Baptist George Washington out of the way, they could then take over the country with Jefferson. (Additionally,
President Andrew Jackson, 1830s Dear Doug, No, you are wrong as to the purpose and outcome of the War of 1812. The Revolutionary War (1775-1783), blessed by God in its outcome, rendered the colonies ” free, independent and sovereign.” The
North Carolina Declaration of Independence of 1775 is covered along with the introduction of the wonderful Father of the Federal Republic of the United States (1787-1868), General George Washington
The honest and upright life of George Washington is noticed along with his skills as a military commander.
The the maxims of the Declaration of Independence of 1776 is reviewed; King George III and his Hanoverian Hessian mercenaries is covered along with Frederick the Great’s taxation of said mercs while passing through his kingdom. Washington’s response to the disrespectful British
The reading of Ridpath’s Universal History is continued. The virtue of George Washington, the Father of our once most blessed, White Anglo-Saxon-Celtic, Protestant and Baptist-Calvinist, Federal Republic of these United States of America(1787-1868), is touched upon. Without the White Protestant United Netherlands, there is