Slavery 101

Mercer Moments in American History

by Ken Mercer



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/19/2021

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 224
ISBN : 9781664225145
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 224
ISBN : 9781664225138
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 224
ISBN : 9781664225121

About the Book

“My Christian faith taught me always to fight hard but only to fight back with the truth. Sadly, I learned that the opposition to Judeo-Christian faith and family values has never had truth as a requirement.”
—Ken Mercer

Mercer describes slavery as Evil. Slavery existed in the world for thousands of years before the founding of our thirteen colonies and before the signing of our 1776 Declaration of Independence.

Then came ”The Great Awakening” of the Christian faith in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe. The movement to abolish world-wide slavery was born.

Article 1 (Section 9) of the Constitution, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the three post-Civil War Constitutional Amendments, are just a few examples of historical events championed by Christian men and women standing firm against powerful and evil forces.

This book, Slavery 101, is the first in a series of “Mercer Moments in American History.” Future projects planned include Constitution 101—Separation of Church and State, and In God We Still Trust.

Ken Mercer believes: “We will never fully comprehend our Founding Father’s challenge to continuously strive to become a ‘more perfect Union’ unless we understand what makes our United States of America so exceptional. It is the profound impact and unbroken revival of Judeo-Christian values throughout our history.”

About the Author

Ken Mercer, is an author, speaker, and Christian singer. He was blessed to serve in the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas State Board of Education. Ken Mercer labels himself as a Christian and a conservative. His motto and slogan remains: “Faith, Family, and Freedom.” Mercer will stand for his faith, strengthen the family, and defend our God-given freedoms.