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Young Men Who Changed the World

William Brown
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  • Young Men Who Changed the World is an audio recording of my father, Bill Brown, reading Jonathan Edwards’ “Resolutions” and George Washington’s “Rules of Civility.”

    These two young people were exemplary in their deportment, outstanding for their use of time and were able to communicate the principles that made them great. Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), a powerful role model as a husband, father, and pastor, wrote his “Resolutions” at age 16. George Washington (1732-1799), a man who was fearless in battle, wrote his “Rules of Civility” at age 14.
  • Contributors: William Brown
    Format: Audio CD
    Publisher:The National Center for Family Integrated Churches
    Number of discs: 2
    Language: English
    ISBN-13: 978-1-62418-032-3
    Run Time: 150 minutes
    Product Weight: 0.3 pounds
    Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.5 x 0.25

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  • Includes:
    1. Introduction: Young Men Who Changed the World - Scott Brown
    2. The "Resolutions" of Jonathan Edwards
    3. George Washington's "Rules of Civility"

About the Author

William (Bill) E. Brown was a WWII P51 Mustang fighter pilot, arriving on the island of Iwo Jima to assist in bombing raids by protecting B-29 Super forts over Japanese targets. After the war, Bill Brown was a public school teacher in Alaska and California. He spent 10 years as a docent for the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas. He now lives with his son Scott and his family in Wake Forest, NC and is a member of Hope Baptist Church.