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religious character of Stonewall Jackson.

by James Power Smith

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Published by J.P. Bell company, printers in Lynchburg, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863

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    StatementBy James Power Smith ... Delivered at the inauguration of the Stonewall Jackson memorial building, Virginia military institute, June 23d, 1897. Pub. by the Virginia military institute.
    ContributionsVirginia Military Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE467.1.J15 S74
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23335379M
    LC Control Number05036560
    OCLC/WorldCa9951072

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    Stonewall Jackson—his very name evokes the image of the solid, immovable Confederate general, whose sobriquet earned at the Battle of 1st Manassas no longer requires quotation marks. But no one has labeled Thomas Jonathan Jackson a "marble man," as impenetrable as the statues which commemorate his valor, because his pious Christian character, his service to the church and his .   Stonewall Jackson’s name belongs in the history books, not in a place of honor on a public school. Name the school instead for Roberto Clemente, a veteran, a humanitarian and .

    Former CIA Director Allen Dulles once said, 'truth has a hard time once legends are established to appease our thirst for heroes.' Don Davis has captured the truth about General Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson. In this book, readers will find precious lessons in strategy, tactics, character and honor — traits and skill sets that never disappear.”. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson. The following is a list of books and articles about Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.


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Religious character of Stonewall Jackson by James Power Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stonewall Jackson's religious faith energized his military character. STONEWALL JACKSON The Man, the Soldier, the Legend. tells us that he has been nourishing this mighty oak of a book for seven years. Before that he had produced a history of the Stonewall Brigade, Jackson's first command, and a biography of Jackson's fellow general A.

Learn about the faith and dying moments of Stonewall Jackson in this excerpt from Faith in Gods and Generals, a companion book to the Civil War epic opening today in most : Spiritual Life.

texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The religious character of Stonewall Jackson by Smith, James Power, ; Virginia Military Institute.

Publication date Topics Jackson, Stonewall Pages: This is a reproduction of Smith's address delivered at the inauguration of the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Building, Virginia Military Institute, J It has a biographical sketch of Dr.

Smith who was on Jackson's staff. 15 pages. The first half of this +-page book focuses on Jackson's early life and the forces that would make him a ferocious Confederate soldier and a deeply religious man.

It explores the conundrum of Jackson's acceptance of slavery as God's will, and his willingness to teach slaves to read and write, a practice outlawed in Virginia at the time/5(59). Books: G.F.R. Henderson, Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War. (2 vols.) London: Longmans, Green & Co., Jedediah Hotchkiss, Make Me a Map of the Valley: The Civil War Journal of Stonewall Jackson’s Topographer.

Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, Mary Anna Jackson, Memoirs of Stonewall Jackson. Click here to purchase from Barnes & Noble. Click here to purchase from Some Aspects of Stonewall Jackson’s Character.

Excerpt from Lost Victories: The Military Genius of Stonewall Jackson, by Bevin Alexander, pages [General Joseph E.] Johnston’s First Virginia Brigade was commanded by Thomas Jonathan Jackson, a thirty-seven-year old West Pointer from western.

One of the World’s Greatest Warriors. One of God’s Greatest Soldiers. Stonewall Jackson – his very name evokes the image of the solid, immovable Confederate general, whose sobriquet earned at the Battle of 1 st Manassas no longer requires quotation marks.

But no one has labeled Thomas Jonathan Jackson a ‘marble man,’ as impenetrable as the statues which commemorate his valor. Known for his military prowess and Christian character, Thomas Jackson was one of the Confederacy's greatest commandersand God's most devoted warriors.

Replete with illustrations, maps, and photos, Williamson's biography traces the general's life from orphaned child, West Point cadet, and Sunday school teacher to military institute professor, Mexican War officer, and Civil War legend.

The Christian Character of General Stonewall Jackson [D. Rev. John R. Richardson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Rev. John R. Richardson, D. "Always mystify, mislead, and surprise the enemy" were the words that drove Stonewall Jackson, one of the most famous generals in the Civil War's Confederate Army.

S.C. Gwynne's new book, Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson, tells Jackson's story in an engaging narrative with a pace that never flags.

Born to parents who died early, Jackson and. "The partnership of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson reshaped the course of the Civil War in the East in a span of roughly a year from the spring of to the latter's death in May The two men crafted a powerful working relationship based upon their deep religious faith, shared strategic views, and ultimate trust in each other.

The film is based on the book "Stonewall Jackson: The Black Man's Friend," by Richard G. Williams, Jr.

Producer/Director Ken Carpenter was moved by William's book about Jackson. Read the delightful story of a true Christian hero. During the progress of the Civil War, reputations were made that will live for ever in American history, and many remarkable men came to the front.

Among these not the least prominent was "Stonewall Jackson," who to the renown of a great soldier and unselfish patriot added the brighter fame of a Christian hero; and to those who would know.

Robertson, James I. Stonewall Jackson--the man, the soldier, the legend. New York: Macmillan Library Reference USA, This book contains an excellent and comprehensive bibliography of primary and secondary sources. Selected modern sources.

Alexander, Bevin. Lost victories: the military genius of Stonewall Jackson. New York: Holt, Three years into his pastorate, Stonewall Jackson was among those elected to the office of deacon. Jackson has a documented ministry to area blacks through the Sunday schools he established for them.

Numerous paragraphs are devoted to Jackson’s outreach and anecdotal details of his Christian character. “Stonewall” Jackson’s Wife and Daughter: Mary Anna Jackson and Julia Jackson Christian $ $ Life and Letters of John A. Broadus $ $ Letters of John Calvin: With an Introductory Biography Sketch $ $ "The religious character of Stonewall Jackson, by James Power Smith." Lynchburg: Virginia Military Institute, 10 p.

"Stonewall Jackson's colored Sunday school, by Margaret J. Preston. General Biographical Studies Since its appearance inJames I.

Robertson, Jr.'s Stonewall Jackson - The Man, The Soldier, The Legend has set the standard by which all others must be measured. This is in no way a "quick read" at pages. Search books by title, author last name, keyword and ISBN Search Home / Military History / American Civil War / Stonewall Jackson and Religious Faith in Military Command.

The father of Thomas Jackson was a good and kind man named Jonathan Jackson. This gentle-man worked as a lawyer in the State of Virginia. He is said to have been a hardworking and godly man.

Thomas’s mother was Julia Neale, the daughter of a merchant in the village of Park-ersburg on the Ohio River. Mrs. Jackson was a loving mother and devout.The number of these must have at least tripled within the last decade.

From time to time something unique surfaces, which gives us a whole new insight or new approach to living the Christian life. I believe the reverend doctor David T. Myers approaches that uniqueness with his The Spiritual Side of Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson.I believe the reverend doctor David T.

Myers approaches that uniqueness with his The Spiritual Side of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. Biographies of missionaries have been standard far for Christian readers, but here is a study, from a spiritual perspective, of a stellar American warrior.

There is much to be gleaned here.