Chris Pinto, August 29, 2013
THE FAITH OF ANDREW JACKSON Chris discusses his day of filming at the Hermitage in Nashville, TN, as he continues production for the new documentary on "The True Christian History of America." The Hermitage is the estate of Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, famous for his victory at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815. But was General Jackson a Christian man? According to the available records, he seems to have been saved before he died in 1845, and left behind a powerful testimony of his faith in Christ. Also discussed is the latest on the upcoming December debate with Dr. James White, including bizarre information about one of White's key advisors. Some have speculated that White's associates have been trying to gain the advantage by hurling slander and insults in the months beforehand. Could this be true?
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