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A Nation Adrift
From Christopher Columbus to the Constitutional Convention, from Jamestown to Valley Forge, From the Civil War to the crash of the Stock Market, and then to the present. Come on a journey through American history and discover how God's hand has shaped the founding and the continuation of this nation. A documentary style film, A Nation Adrift, is designed to help viewers understand the history of the United Sates and how she became the nation she is today.
For decades America has been a beacon of freedom, a land of stability, and a promise of prosperity. The generations of today, however, do not understands the foundations and truths that the nation of America was built upon. In consequence, the principals that built a great nation are slowly eroding. How does one recover what is being lost? The makers of the documentary A Nation Adrift believe that only by rediscovering the truth about our history and applying the principals that guided this nation's creation will the future of our country follow the vision our Founding Fathers had. In this stimulating, engaging, and quick paced documentary A Nation Adrift journey from Jamestown through the present. An in depth look back at survey of American history, viewers will discover the spiritual, social and technological changes that have shaped the United States. Discover fascinating facts about the Founding Fathers to the War of 1812, to the Industrial Revolution, the Wright Brothers, Henry Ford, The Great Depression, World War II, and beyond. This ninety minute documentary is broken up into six easily understood segments. "Conceived In Liberty" covers American history from 1607 to 1763, and discusses the Pilgrims, Jamestown, and the founding of what would become the United States. "Harvest of Freedom" discusses the Revolutionary War era from 1764 to 1788. "A Perfect Union" covers the time period between the Revolutionary and Civil Wars (1789-1859), as the young nation struggles to establish itself in a changing world. "A House Divided" discusses the years 1860-1877, the years of the Civil War, and the lasting impact those events had on our country today. "Saving the Dream" jumps to 1915 and covers both World War I and World War II, as well as the "Roaring Twenties' and the Great Depression. "A Work In Progress" covers 1946 through the early 2000s. The documentary A Nation Adrift also includes other material discussing the history of Planned Parenthood, the Clinton Administration, and the Homosexual Revolution. As you journey throughout American history, discover the historical and Biblical guidelines that created success for not only individuals, families, and businesses, but also for the nation. Discover the philosophies, values, beliefs, and faith that created "One Nation Under God."
A Nation Of Faith
As viewers watch the documentary A Nation Adrift they will discover the mighty hand God has had in the shaping of the United States. They will discover how the faith of the Pilgrims impacted the Founding Fathers, how the faith of the Founding Fathers impacted our very being as a nation, and how faith throughout the ages (or the lack thereof) have created the nation that exists as America today. Throughout the whirlwind journey of American History in the documentary A Nation Adrift viewers will be encouraged by the hand of God in this nation's history, they will be reminded of the legacy of great men of faith that continues to shape our country, and they will be challenged and inspired to boldly stand on the pillars of faith raised up by great men in the past and stand firm for faith in the United States Today.
A Wonderful Resource
Not only is A Nation Adrift a moving and inspiring documentary, but it is also a wonderful resource for many families and organizations. If you are studying American History why not discover what A Nation Adrift has to say about the history of the United States. If you are studying faith in this nation, A Nation Adrift is a wonderful resource to give you an overview of how Christianity has shaped the founding and society of this nation up to the present day. Whether for school, homeschooling, or for your own interest or studies, A Nation Adrift is a valuable resource for understanding faith in society and government in the United States. Not only is A Nation Adrift a wonderful resource for learning, but it is also a great conversation starter. Whether discussing the impact faith had on the creation of the Constitution, the settling of New England, the strife of the Civil War, or the impact on the battles that waged during WWII, A Nation Adrift is a wonderful conversation starter for how history has been impacted by Christianity. Viewers can also discuss how faith has impacted the way we view current issues, or how faith has escalated the fierce battle between current events in today's world. Whether a student of History or simply an individual desiring to see American History through the lens of faith, A Nation Adrift will answer questions and start conversations.
From Plymouth Rock to The World Trade Towers see how Christianity has shaped, influenced, and changed the course of the history of the United States. From technology to society discover how the values and truths the early colonists held dear still affect the day to day lives of individuals across the country. Learn fascinating facts, discover new truths, and learn lessons that will make you think. A Nation Adrift will remind viewers of the heritage of faith in the United States, it will challenge them to stand strong in their beliefs, and encourage them with the stories of faith, providence, and godliness that have affected this nation from the seventeenth century until now.
A Nation Adrift has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America and may include topics and issues not suitable for younger viewers. As always, it is recommend that parents preview all content to determine what is suitable for their children, but the film A Nation Adrift is generally considered appropriate for most audiences.