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Often dismissed as a nineteenth-century curiosity, spiritualism influenced the radical social and political movements of its time. Believers filled the ranks of the Free Democrats, agitated for land and monetary reform, fought for abolition, and held egalitarian leanings that found powerful expression in campaigns for gender and racial equality. In Free Spirits , Mark A. Lause considers spiritualism as a political and cultural force in Civil War-era America. Lause reveals the scope, spread, and influence of the movement, both in its links to reformist causes and its ability to amplify previously marginalized voices. Rooting spiritualism's appeal in the crises of the time, Lause considers how spiritualist influences, through the distillation of the war, forced reassessments of the question of Radical Republicanism and radicalism in general. He also delves into unexplored areas such as the movement's role in Lincoln's reelection and the relationship between Native Americans and spiritualists.
This book is established on the Word of God and on the Rock, Yeshua Ha Maschiach, (Hebrew Jesus the Messiah). It is from this vantage point that I will strive to understand the correct warrior's stance. This book will aid believers in the daily battles that are waged against their souls. It will inform, encourage and undergird them as they "fight the good fight" (1Tim.6:12). Awareness of the enemy's tactics and implementation of God's resources can minimize potential battle scars and ensure a victorious battle. This book is a call to arms! It is a call to return to the Word of God and to bring the Kingdom of God to earth. This book is written for every believer that is enlisted to battle and for the countless many already lying wounded and dying in the trenches. "Blessed be the Lord my strength which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight" (Ps. 144:1)!
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