“Religion is What Makes Soldiers Brave” - Why Religion and Faith Mattered in the Civil War
Before, during and after the war, religion and faith had a deep, pervasive influence on politicians, soldiers, and civilians alike. Father Robert Miller considers seven reasons why religion and faith's role was critical in justifying, supporting, and promoting nearly every aspect of our Civil War.
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