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John Pratt Bingham
The year was 1851 and the place was Hangtown, the California mining camp that today is known as Placerville. It was here that the unpredictable and entertaining story of Zach Johnson's search for gold takes place. Zach, the son of an Episcopal priest, was a gentle man who'd come to Hangtown from Virginia to get rich. What did he do that so many men wanted him dead. It was in Hangtown's El Dorado Hotel that Zach met Claire McCarthy, a feisty, independent...
At one time when an individual wanted a direct, personal experience of God that person turned to his or her dreams. The early third century Christian defender of the faith, Tertullian, observed, Is it not known to all people that the dream is the most usual way that God reveals himself to man? Yet by the eleventh century, King William II of England states, They are not good Christians that regard dreams. Why did this reversal of opinion occur, not...