Marvel of Nations: Our Country, The by Smith, Uriah

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In this review of American progress, the political nature of our country as set forth in its fundamental principles, its marvelous territorial growth, and the advances in art and science, and the better conditions of the people, are all taken as an indication of its position in prophecy. It is shown that the world's history, thus dealing with every phase of the life of America--past, present, and future.

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In this review of American progress, the political nature of our country as set forth in its fundamental principles, its marvelous territorial growth, and the advances in art and science, and the better conditions of the people, are all taken as an indication of its position in prophecy. It is shown that the world's history, thus dealing with every phase of the life of America--past, present, and future.

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Author Smith, Uriah
Publisher Review & Herald Publishing Association
Pages 298
Edition 125TH THOUSAND
Binding Hard Back
Condition C
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

Chapter I--Expectations and Predictions of Eminent Men
Chapter II--A Century's Progress
Chapter III--Political and Religious Influence of the Nation
Chapter IV--Important Probabilities Considered
Chapter V--A Chain of Prophecy
Chapter VI--Location of the Government Represented by the Second Symbol of Revelation 13
Chapter VII--When Must the Government Indicated by This Symbol Arise?
Chapter VIII--The United States Has Arisen in the Exact Manner Indicated by the Symbol
Chapter IX--The Two Great Principles of the Government
Chapter X--Inconsistent Utterances
Chapter XI--He Doeth Great Wonders
Chapter XII--Church and State
Chapter XIII--The Sunday Question
Chapter XIV--Indications of Coming Changes

Copyright 1887
Year Printed 1887

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