These tales of King Arthur are retold in the faith that chivalry in its highest sense is not dead among us; and that as long as Christian manhood survives, so will chivalric instinct be an important factor in it. King Arthur- Throughout the pages of this book, follow Arthur from his birth to the fall of his beloved Camelot. Whether a man or myth, Arthur was a man of vision and decisiveness and a true leader of men. Arthur epitomizes good fighting against evil, light battling against darkness, and a hero who wants to make what is wrong, right! The Knights of the Round Table- When knighthood was in flower, this band of loyal men faithfully served King Arthur with their very lives and lived by a noble code. To reverence the king as if he were their conscience,and their conscience as their king, To break the heathen and uphold the Christ, To ride abroad redressing human wrongs, To lead sweet lives in purest chastity. It was a time when a man's word was his bond, loyalty was valued, men of stainless character were highly esteemed, and damsels in distress found help from courageous men.
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Author and speaker Shelley Noonan has a passion to assist parents in recapturing the lost art of mentoring. Shelley started Pumpkin Seed Press as a way to take the classic literature of yesterday, and retools it for today. She has co-authored three bible studies for parents and daughters ages 9-18.She also speaks on a variety of topics relating to relationships.
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Book Description Pumpkin Seed Press, 2015. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Edmund H. Garrett (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M1933150254