When Quaker William Penn received the Charter of Pennsylvania from King Charles II in 1681 he wrote that "my God that has given it me through many difficultys, will, I believe bless and make it the seed of a nation." McDowell examines the life of Penn, including the many difficulties he endured for the sake of the Gospel. Penn's life is a great example of a man who bore the cross and stood faithful to God, and in so doing brought a crown of glory, not only to himself, but to millions of others who have benefited from his writings, his fight to secure liberty of conscience for all men, and his colony of Pennsylvania -- what he called "a holy experiment."
- Type: Audio Cassette ()
- Category: > Home Schooling
- ISBN / UPC: 9781887456258/1887456252
- Publish Date: 1/1/2000
- Item No: 142019
- Vendor: Providence Foundation