Confidence and Character

The Religious Life of George Washington

By James A. Pingel, II

Confidence and Character

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The Religious Life of George Washington

By James A. Pingel, II

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  • ISBN: 9781625648365
  • Pages: 274
  • Publication Date: 12/9/2014
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His birthday was once celebrated as a national holiday and his portrait once adorned the walls of almost every classroom in the United States. He was a victorious Revolutionary War general, a crucial influence in the creation of the Constitution, and the first President of the United States.
Today, unfortunately, many only know America's first hero and the "Father of His Country" as a slaveholder with wooden teeth or as the somber-looking man on the one-dollar bill. To many, he remains a distant, mysterious, and unapproachable figure from a day long gone.
The truth about George Washington, however, is much different. He was America's most successful, venerated, and indispensable founding father. So who was this man? What made him such a singularly successful leader? What lessons can be learned from his life?
Confidence and Character: The Religious Life of George Washington examines religion's impact on the private and public man. Too often ignored, underemphasized, suppressed, or distorted, Washington's religious faith fundamentally inspired and nurtured his worldview, vocational performance, and leadership. This is the Washington we need to get to know and learn from, even today.

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James A. Pingel, II

Bio(s)-

James A. Pingel II is Assistant Professor of Education, Secondary Education Department Chair, and Adjunct Professor of History at Concordia University Wisconsin. He lives in Sheboygan, WI, with his wife and two children.

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