Constituting America – Patriotic Summer Fun Auction
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Autographed Books

The Founders' Bible - Autographed by David Barton! Donated By Our Friend Scott Shoup!

Item Number
232
Estimated Value
$80 USD
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$80 USD to bzcadeefa
Number of Bids
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Item Description

Signed by Wallbuilders Founder, David Barton, with these bible verses: 

Joshua 1: 8-9
Psalms 1:1-3
33:12, 90:12

Generously donated by Constiuting America Supporter, Scott Shoup! 

Version: New American Standard Bible (NASB)
Pages: 2,272
Font: Weidemann (size is comparable to most 11pt-12pt font sizes)
100% Made in the U. S. A.!

Description:
As America stands at the crossroads of history, there is a need for us to look back and rediscover the vision of those who laid the groundwork and built the foundation that made our nation great. The Founders' Bible will renew your hope and invigorate your passion not only for America, but for the Word of God. Discover the Scriptures that the Founders used as the basis for our original founding documents, see what chapters inspired them in the fight for independence, understand the sacrifices they made because of their Biblically-based beliefs and learn about America as a Christian nation.

2312 pages, this Bible is chock-full of full-color insert pages on major themes found throughout our founding, highlights little known and relevant insights from the Founders on their commitment to the importance of the Bible, and includes subject index, concordance and Bible maps.

Additional Elements
An exquisitely designed opening four-color Family Tree of Life section for recording:

Your Family Ancestry?both father?s and mother?s lineage
Significant family events
Family?s spiritual journey
Ancestors of interest
 Our Founding Documents?32 beautifully designed and illustrated two-color pages, including:

The Declaration of Independence
The Constitution of the United States
The Bill of Rights and later amendments
Closing Article/Admonition: ?Freedom Is a Fragile Thing . . .?