Enamelled Bronze

Enamelled Bronze

by Donald Gillespie

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Historic survey of how and why the Christian concept of law deteriorated in the early colonies, and explains the subsequent history of America without contradictions.

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BN ID: 2940156878727
Publisher: Holy Fire Publishing
Publication date: 07/14/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 424
File size: 709 KB

About the Author

Donald Gillespie bio:

Born and educated in Scotland, Donald's advent into higher education was in mechanical
engineering; at the end of which his career took a decisive turn when he chose to spend a
few years at London Bible College, thence to Trinity College, Glasgow University, where he
trained in the ministry for the Church of Scotland.

These were difficult years, when aggressive liberalism compelled him to emigrate with his
family to Canada, where, for over three decades, he was employed as a consultant engineer
to three Crown Corporations designing and building various industrial and nuclear power
generation facilities across the world and in North-South America. In Quebec he converted
to Catholicism.

During this extended period he researched, coalesced and prepared his theological and
philosophical material for writing, with a view to lecturing later at a seminary and the Adult Education Dept. of Strathclyde University. All of his non-fiction and historic writings reflect his deeply held Christian beliefs. The former involved further education at St Thomas' College, Toronto [law] and St Marys, Antigonish, NS [economics].

Of late he has been a consultant to various Sheikhs on large capital projects, including Jordan, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Now in partial retirement, his personal charity for autistic children is the recipient of all royalties from his writings. He also continues to write, enjoys traveling on spiritual 'caminos' in the footsteps of St Paul, and in visiting family in both the USA and the UK.

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