God’s Hand on America: Divine Providence in the Modern Era By Michael Medved

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God’s Hand on America: Divine Providence in the Modern Era By (author) Michael Medved ISBN:9780451497413 In part two of bestselling author and national radio host Michael Medved’s sweeping historical narrative, This Favored Land- American Miracles In the Modern Era reveals moments of divine destiny in United States history from the civil war to modern day.

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In The American Miracle- Divine Providence in the Rise of the Republic, Michael Medved uncovered a pattern of extraordinary and improbable turns in the young nation’s ascent to power.

Now, in the anticipated second volume, the nation’s epic tale enters the modern era. As the civil war comes to an end and reconstruction begins, the Union is narrowly saved from total demise. But contempt still runs hot through the battered nation, and the future of the United States is still at stake. In This Favored Land, Medved reveals the instruments of fate that took the bedraggled country from its lowest point to her dominant role on the world stage today.

Following the paths of American heroes and the little known figures who played indispensable roles in the unfolding of the nation’s freakishly fortunate destiny, This Favored Land proves that the founding fathers were right- God has always been–and continues to be–at work in shaping the fate of the nation.

God’s Hand on America: Divine Providence in the Modern Era By (author) Michael Medved ISBN:9780451497413

 

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Weight 744 g
Dimensions 38 × 167 × 241 mm
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Michael Medved's daily three-hour radio program, The Michael Medved Show, reaches more than 5 million listeners on more than 300 stations coast to coast. He is the author of 12 other books, including the bestsellers The 10 Big Lies About America, Hollywood vs. America, Hospital, and What Really Happened to the Class of '65? He is a member of USA Today's board of contributors, a former chief film critic of the New York Post and, for more than a decade, cohosted Sneak Previews, the weekly movie review show on PBS. An honors graduate of Yale with Departmental Honors in American History, Medved lives with his family in the Seattle area.

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