15 March 2008

The Washington Times Gets It

"Adapted from Richard G. Williams Jr.'s recent book Stonewall Jackson: The Black Man's Friend, the documentary, while highlighting his military achievements, focuses on the progressive development of Jackson's strong Christian faith and his own fruitful efforts to increase Christ's kingdom."

"I highly recommend Still Standing: The Stonewall Jackson Story. The film undoubtedly has great appeal to Civil War enthusiasts but also presents a personal picture of the man that would interest viewers looking for a concise portrait of this great American. In my opinion, the DVD would make an excellent gift for a teenage boy."

Steve French, a high school history teacher from West Virginia, reviewed Still Standing - The Stonewall Jackson Story in today's Washington Times. Mr. French gets it. Read the full review here.

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