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Stephen Mansfield
Stephen Mansfield is a New York Times bestselling author and a popular speaker who coaches leaders worldwide. He first rose to global attention with his groundbreaking book "The Faith of George W. Bush," an enormous bestseller that Time magazine credited with shaping the 2004 U.S. presidential... show more

Stephen Mansfield is a New York Times bestselling author and a popular speaker who coaches leaders worldwide. He first rose to global attention with his groundbreaking book "The Faith of George W. Bush," an enormous bestseller that Time magazine credited with shaping the 2004 U.S. presidential election. The book was also a source for Oliver Stone's award-winning film "W." Mansfield's "The Faith of Barack Obama" was another international bestseller. He has written celebrated biographies of Booker T. Washington, George Whitefield, Winston Churchill, Pope Benedict XVI and Abraham Lincoln, among others. Publishers Weekly has described his book, Killing Jesus, as "masterful." His recent "Mansfield's Book of Manly Men" has inspired men's events around the world. In 2014, Mansfield released The Miracle of the Kurds, an introduction to the Kurdish people that reached bookstores just as Kurdish troops were standing heroically against the evils of ISIS in the Middle East. The book was named "Book of the Year" by Rudaw, the leading Kurdish news service.Stephen speaks widely about men, leadership, the power of heritage, and the forces that shape modern culture. He is also an in-demand leadership coach whose firm, The Mansfield Group, offices in Washington D.C. just three blocks from the White House. Mansfield lives in Nashville and Washington, D.C. with his wife Beverly, an award-winning songwriter and producer.For more information, log on to StephenMansfield.TV.
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Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
There are some things that I agree with this book and some that I don't. The main agreement I have is that history is far more than dates and dead people: it is a story that is moving from one point to another (teleological as opposed to cyclical) and that there are so many small interrelated events...
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