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The Role of Faith in America’s Founding

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The Role of Faith in America’s Founding

Historian Rod Gragg describes the spiritual foundation that established the creation of our nation in a discussion based on his book Forged in Faith. He shares fascinating stories to help listeners better understand their history and the state of the country today.

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Historian Rod Gragg describes the spiritual foundation that established the creation of our nation in a discussion based on his book Forged in Faith. He shares fascinating stories to help listeners better understand their history and the state of the country today.

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