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What a wonderful informative blessing Dr. Rumburg has rendered to Southern and Christian history. His book, "Stonewall" Jackson's Chaplain: Beverly Tucker Lacy is a fine example of academic excellence that gives life and perspective to our Southern Christian heroes. It is indexed, footnoted and has an excellent bibliography. As is his custom it reads easily while it informs and carries you to a time when men in America were men and Christianity was recognized as vital to a civilization's survival. Most people today, including Christians, have no concept of the mind-set of our ancestors during those horrible years, particularly when Rev. Lacy states on page 179 and again in the Appendix 3 on page 318, "This may be the last struggle for constitutional liberty which will be made on this continent." Chapter 17 is perhaps the finest and most powerful account of the last days of our beloved General "Stonewall" Jackson that has ever been penned by an author, making it a memorable addition to our history. If you are a Christian you should read this book. If your interest is history you should read this book. If you would like to know how far the civilization has fallen you definitely need to read this book. Beverly Tucker Lacy was an extraordinary man and greatly used of God. Would that there were men of his quality filling America's pulpits today. Thank you Dr. Rumburg. In my estimation your efforts have produced a superior work. by Rex Miller, Timberville VA
I heard the notes of the famous national anthems, and yet my soul was still unstirred, till suddenly, like a heavenly sunburst of glorious enlivening light, I caught the welcome notes of “Dixie.”
Then suddenly, as the lightning’s light Dispels the darkness of the night, My grief had fled, my cares had sped, The world was bright, my heart was light, And from my very soul I said: “I’m glad I live in Dixie.”