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Posted February 18, 2006
I have read Rabbi Rudin's book with much interest. While he makes a compelling case for the 'Religious Right's Plan' for America, he demonstrates the same intolerance he is allegedly against. Rabbi Rudin writes out of his own painful personal experience, one of which no one should have to endure. In coming to an understanding of the 'religious right's' agenda, he should come to terms with his own agenda as well. Rabbi Rudin, for example, on page 198 states, 'People have the right to express their beliefs, and no one has the right to coerce or harass another person because of religion.' While he gives convincing evidence of how the religious right does this, his book is a contrdiction of the very quote I gave. Certainly, Rabbi Rudin is entitled to disagree with the religious right, however the Rabbi's mesasge clearly comes across as one of biterness and intolerance. The very thing he portrays as being wrong with the religious right, in terms of intolerance, is the very thing unfortunately that Rabbi Rudin delivers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 10, 2006
An Alert for Religious Freedom
The author describes the attempts of the Religious Right to infiltrate every aspect of American life in order to impose their religious agenda upon all people in the United States. Some of what the author describes has already taken place. The extension of this agenda is distressing to consider. This book is an alert, lest it occur to the extent about which it speaks.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.