FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2011
Lost for Over 140 Years, 40,000 Copies Distributed in 4 Years!
POWDER SPRINGS, GEORGIA, based non-‐profit organization American Vision recently released the 40,000th copy of their 2007 edition of The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institution of the United States. Out of print for over 140 years, the 1,060 pages of original source material compiled by historian Benjamin F. Morris’ brings to light the Christianity forming the cornerstone of our country’s foundations. American Vision President Gary DeMar is not a novice in combatting attempts to revise history. “The ACLU can’t refute that Christianity was at the heart of our nation’s founding when presented with the evidence in this book. I had a facsimile edition of the original collection of personal correspondence, State Constitutions, etc. compiled in the 1800’s by Benjamin F. Morris when I was debating an ACLU attorney on NPR. She was relieved to find out this book was no longer in print. But now it is,” said DeMar. Founded in 1978, American Vision has been at the heart of historical and worldview study, reaching millions across the world through resources provided from AmericanVision.com and free online content found at AmericanVision.org.
Gary DeMar, president since 1986, has authored over 25 titles, been interviewed by Time magazine, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, the BBC, and Sean Hannity, and has been featured on numerous radio and television programming. Newspaper interviews with Gary has also appeared in the Washington Times,Toledo (Ohio) Blade, the Sacramento Bee, the Atlanta Journal/Constitution, and the Chicago Tribune.
For more information, visit AmericanVision.org or AmericanVision.com.
American Vision 3150-‐A
Florence Rd. Suite 2
Powder Springs, GA 30127
770-‐222-‐7266 ext. 214
Contact: Liz Darnell