Written & Created by Daniel L. Smith | Manuscript Reviewed by Dr. Stephen K. McDowell | Landscape Illustrations (concepts) by David Triplett
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Currently being researched and written for Providence Foundation - Charlottesville, NC.
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The purpose of Providence and the North American Indian is to clarify the interactions between God's design, that is Providence, and the harmony that existed within moral and ethical parameters established by Christianity. This literature dives deep into Creation and pre-European Indian culture. The book also explains the cultural, religious, and political relationships between Europeans, Settlers, and American Indians. Further, this literature explores other parameters of history other than a purely Christian missionary account.
This is a very informative piece of work that establishes the modern (contemporary) authority in early-American history,
joining other Christian historians not seen in publication since the 19th century.
God, according to the world prior to the mid-19th century, has always used historical events to guide the always-changing historical timeline of their rich indigenous history. To understand the tribal nature of the North American Indian is to first understand their religious function. It is because all form of government, in one way or another, is created out of religious doctrine or custom. It’s essentially important to highlight this aspect of tribal function, as they held religion to a higher degree then even their own politics. However to have a government, whether tribal or civilized, is to have politics.
Law is the basic component to any society as set down by God in the Bible. It is because politics are drawn from government (such as courtroom politics – look at Romans, Acts, and Daniel for example), which typically effects every single community, in every single civilization over the entire face of the earth in the same manner. It is this procedure that all worlds society’s must engage in. It is vital to maintain some form of structure for sustainability. This means law and order, with a basis for morality and ethics. It is this sociopolitical combination that is necessary to achieve any form of cultural success. This theory goes for any nation, on any part of the globe.
I present this literature to the American public as a historical observation of a history never seen from a more traditional perspective, where I aim not to slaughter the European colonist, nor the American Indian narrative. Instead, I look to bring grace and honesty to quite arguably one of the most divisive historical topics since slavery and the civil rights movement became etched into modern records.
Please join me in the journey of this literary pioneering achievement!
Now, let us begin…
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