Wallbuilders Ad: History Made Interesting!

History Made Interesting!

Survey after survey continues to show that Americans’ knowledge of even our most basic history is still on the decline.
Sadly, the presentation of American history today is too often reduced to a study of a succession of sterile facts, dates, and places having no apparent purpose and usually without any relevance to current life. In fact, many current history works now spend extensive time attacking America.
For generations, Americans were inspired about our history. We learned it by studying the lives of those who made it. We understood the American Revolution by studying the lives of George Washington, Abigail Adams, James Otis, and James Armistead; we learned about science by studying Benjamin Franklin, David Rittenhouse, George Washington Carver, and Thomas Edison; we studied the Civil War by reading the life and struggles of Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, Robert Small, and Harriet Tubman; and so forth. This long-established means of learning history is no longer used — until now! WallBuilders is offering a special “Heroes of History” series, with uplifting and exciting biographies about some of American’s most famous citizens.
To learn more about this new series, watch the video below. For a limited time, we are offering 20% off this series (details below)!

To learn more, be sure to check out WallBuilders’
Biographies: Hall of Heroes.

Now through Monday, July 20, 2015
Use code Hist15 and
Take 20% off the Hall of Heroes Series.

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