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A Symbol of Hate? or an Ensign of the Christian Faith?
In recent years the Confederate Battle Flag has been vilified. As a result most do not realize that the flag is NOT a symbol of hate but rather it was a Christian Symbol that dates back to the old Roman-Celtic Wars. The flag was also carried into battle by William Wallace in the War for Scottish Independence and the flag was also used by several other Christian groups down through the centuries as they fought against Popery and for political freedom from tyrannical governments.
The Confederacy was a Christian Republic and as such they reached back into history and chose a symbol that would represent their Christian Faith and desire for FREEDOM.
Further, the War of Northern Aggression, or the War for Southern Independence, which has been commonly mis-tagged as the"Civil War," was NOT fought over slavery at all (which is documented in the Congressional Records of both the U.S. and C.S. Congresses, in the writings of Lincoln and Davis, statements by Grant and Lee, etc.).
With 61 sources listed in the endnotes, this well documented 10 chapter book gives the real history of the Confederate Battle Flag (also known as the "Southern Cross" / previously known as "St. Andrew's Cross) and sets the record straight.