I’ve only just begun reading Michael Shaara’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, The Killer Angels. In my short time reading this novel I’ve been confronted with a gut-wrenching reality.
Take The Time
At the end of chapter 1, Robert E. Lee, general of the Confederate (Southern) army is in conversation with James Longstreet, a lieutenant general and now close friend. Lee did not “own slaves nor believe in slavery” yet he still led the South in battle. He was by all accounts a quiet and humble man whom desired to honor God with his life.… Continue Reading