"What hath God wrought" is a phrase from the Book of Numbers (Numbers 23:23), and may refer to: "What hath God wrought", the official first Morse code message transmitted in the U.S. on May 24, 1844 to officially open the Baltimore–Washington telegraph line; What hath God wrought?
Editorial From 1945: What Hath Man Wrought! U.S. News founder David Lawrence penned this take on the atomic bomb and nuclear weapons in 1945.
The message–“What Hath God Wrought?”–was telegraphed back to the Capitol a moment later by Vail. ... In a career spanning five decades, the man they called ...read more. Art, Literature ...
(archaic) An expression of wonder and marvel at something. 1855, Thomas Raffles, A Burning and A Shining Light, page 151: A divine unction evidently attended his ministry, and such were the effects produced, that every beholder, with astonishment and admiration, cried "what hath God wrought!" 1925, Donald Ogden Stewart, The Crazy Fool, page 224: "Oh, my ...
WHAT HATH MAN WROUGHT? by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (Liberty Bell, January 1992)The Sun is a sensation-mongering weekly, sold chiefly to sensation-hungry females in the dreary barns called 'Supermarkets.' Its issue for 13 August 1991 contains an article of considerable interest, based on an articles in the British tabloid, Daily Star, which followed up a 'documentary' program of t...
Hear President Lyndon B. Johnson's remarks when signing the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967.
What hath man wrought? And how will man use his miracles? The answer just begins with public broadcasting. In 1862, the Morrill Act set aside lands in every State--lands which belonged to the people--and it set them aside in order to build the land-grant colleges of the Nation.
by Revilo P. Oliver THE SUN is a sensation-mongering weekly, sold chiefly to sensation-hungry females in the dreary barns called ‘Supermarkets.’ Its issue for 13 August 1991 contains an article of considerable interest, based on an article in the British tabloid, Daily Star, which followed up a ‘documentary’ program of
The Samuel Morse (1791 - 1872) Telegraph, perfected by 1844, was not only the first device for INSTANT long distance communication, but also the first instrument to make recordings on a moving ...
What hath God wrought! is from the Book of Numbers–the 4th book of the Old Covenant: Surely there is no enchantment (sorcery) against Jacob, neither is there any divination against Israel: according to this time it shall be said of Jacob and of Israel, What hath God wrought! (Numbers 23:23).