Newt Gingrich takes us on a simple walk through Washington, D.C. that began a profound journey of personal discovery and renewal.
At the National Archives, the immortal words from the Declaration of Independence that we “are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights,” jumped off the page and into his heart with the simple truth that from day one in our country’s history, the Author of freedom was not the state nor even the Founding Fathers. Our basic human rights and freedoms were—and are—“Creator-endowed.” Gingrich sounds a clarion call for us to recognize that the life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness that we hold so dear are inseparable from a sincere and humble acknowledgement that these gifts are only the Creator’s to give. As a bonus, the book includes a “walking tour” of Washington, D.C.
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