Biblical Faith and American History

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America was a break with the neoplatonic view of religion that dominated the medieval church. The Puritans and other groups saw Scripture as guidance for every area of life because they viewed its author as the infallible Sovereign over every area. America's fall into Arminianism and revivalism, however, was a return to the neoplatonic error that transferred the world from Christ's shoulders to man's. The author saw a revival ahead in Biblical faith as more Christians become literate with regard to church history and how its been impacted by a neoplatonic worldview. This work reveals the close relationship between one's faith and how their worldview impacts the way they relate to the culture around them with regard to the Great Commission. Highly recommended!