Free Read Christ and the Americas - by Anne W. Carroll, Christ and the Americas, Anne W. Carroll, Christ and the Americas Christ and the Americas is the long awaited high school American history text by best selling author Dr Anne Carroll It fills a great void because it gives proper attention to and appreciation for the role of the Catholic Church in American history Beginning before Columbus and concluding with the s this book covers the vast panoply of American history in a fast pChri Free Read Christ and the Americas - by Anne W. Carroll - Christ and the Americas, Christ and the Americas Christ and the Americas is the long awaited high school American history text by best selling author Dr Anne Carroll It fills a great void because it gives proper attention to and appreciation for the

  • Title: Christ and the Americas
  • Author: Anne W. Carroll
  • ISBN: 9780895555946
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback

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463 thoughts on “Christ and the Americas”

  1. 1.5 stars.Here is the deal This should be a fantastic history book Finally, one that incorporates the important viewpoints along with the historical facts And it would be great, if that was what it is Unfortunately, this book is rife, positively RIFE, with typos and factual errors with historical figures leaving for expeditions years before an expedition that they apparently took later and kings issuing edits before their births and all sorts of names mentioned and no explanation as to who the h [...]


  2. I ve only paged through it so far, but I ve seen enough to know that his is NOT a history , and the suggestion that it should be presented to students as a history text makes me shudder.Just for starters the Confederacy is lionized Lincoln largely dismissed Vatican II characterized as a mistake which must be undone you get the idea I ll be back with a complete review later.


  3. I am only a 4th of the way through this book, but am really enjoying Carroll s story telling ability, however there are still dates and dry facts thrown in blah Sometimes there is too much detailed information included in some sections The faith of the early explorers to the Americas was very important in their lives It is good to read a history book that includes faith stories She does not gloss over the mistakes of some within the church, but puts the facts out on the table I will definitely h [...]


  4. Most of what i didn t like about this volume is the same as what I disliked about her other history book, though datewise, in this book, she seems to make fewer mistakes.


  5. I went to a traditional Catholic school and this was my 10th grade history book The thing literally drove me insane, and now three years later I still have a lot of complaints about it Besides being filled with various inaccuracies, the book also contains much information that is completely irrelevant to a general overview of history One of the most blatant inaccuracies was Carroll stating that Washington crossed the Trenton River I still have no clue how Delaware became Trenton, but that was no [...]


  6. This is one of those history books that is pretty easy to read and understand, but it s something that you hope to never see again Some of the dates are messed up, and the historian as most historians do present history not as facts but as mostly opinions if that makes any sense.




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