Archive | Verna M. Hall

American Education: Curriculum for a Constitution

by Verna M. Hall and Rosalie J. Slater One of the modem myths, due to our ignorance of history, is that the educational level of our pre-Constitutional period was very low. Consequently it follows that most Americans believe the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were written by and were representative […]

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AMERICA’S CHRISTIAN HISTORY: It’s Distinctives and Importance

Excerpts from an Address By Verna M. Hall, December 1980 There is indeed a stirring in the land—the Lord’s stirring of His people for the preservation and rebuilding of America—the world’s first Christian Republic. It is like unto Haggai 1:14, “And the Lord stirred up the spirit of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of […]

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