Dubbed "Stonewall" after the battle of First Manassas in July 1861, Thomas Jackson has long been revered as a brilliant military leader and tactician and one of the most adroit Confederate commanders. The man himself is a study of contrasts: as feared by his enemies as he was beloved by his men. And in the eyes of some, his humble and sincere Christian faith seemed at odds with his reputation as a ferocious warrior. "All Things for Good" is a thoughtful addition to the Leaders in Action Series. In it J. Steven Wilkins challenges some of the myths that surround Jackson and celebrates his devout Christian beliefs. Hardback.
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