The Case for Christ's Resurrection Author: A Brief Survey Approaching the Bible In order to examine the evidence for the resurrection we must place ourselves in the historical situation. The events surrounding the life and death of Christ didn't occur at a place where we can gain no knowledge of them.
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Today his heroic feats have been recognized and several states have enacted a Peter Francisco Day. Francisco was a legend in his own time. His extraordinary feats were exaggerated around the camp fires of the soldiers who were fighting the Revolutionary War.
He was a foundling.
It is believed he was the son of an aristocratic Portuguese family that lived in the Canary Islands. The theory of his arrival in North America as a four year old boy is the result of his parents being involved in some political intrigue and who spirited him away to protect him.
His little coat was expensive linen trimmed in fine lace. His shoe buckles were silver, each forming a letter - - "P" and "F". He was big for his age, with black hair and striking eyes.
His strange story soon was the talk of Tidewater, Virginia. He took him to his farm near New Stone in Buckingham County.
It was there that Peter grew up. After he mastered English, he told Judge Winston several vague recollections that he had, which included his name, of which he was absolutely sure. In lieu thereof, the Judge decided to raise the boy and provide for him. Judge Winston was the delegate from Buckingham County.
Like most who heard the fiery speech, Peter adopted the cause of American Independence and was filled with the spirit of patriotism. Peter was only fourteen years old!
Peter reached his adult height and weight at age fourteen - - he stood at least six foot six and weighed in at pounds. This at a time when most American men averaged around five foot six. Francisco was a giant in his time.
Young Peter was anxious to enlist in the Army, but the prudent Judge insisted that he was still too young and to wait at least a year. The site of the battle was a small creek named Brandywine. Howe outflanked the American line and drove them back toward Philadelphia.
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Peter Francisco, born Pedro Francisco (July 9, – January 16, ), was known variously, as the "Virginia Giant", the "Giant of the Revolution" and occasionally, as the "Virginia Hercules", was a Portuguese-born American Patriot and soldier in the American Revolutionary WarCause of death: appendicitis.