Sinful Silence: When Christians Neglect Their Civic Duty

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The message in this book is likely to offend, and hopefully convict, members of both major political parties.
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The message in this book is likely to offend, and hopefully convict, members of both major political parties.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780975412008
  • Publisher: Ginosko Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/4/2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 65
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2008

    "A Case That Will Likely Alarm You.."

    You need to understand that the message in this book is likely to offend <BR/>and convict members of BOTH major political parties. The goal of this book, <BR/>however, is not the success of any political organization, party, or candi- <BR/>date, but rather the application of salt and light in a dark and decaying <BR/>society. <BR/><BR/>Many Christians in the U. S. appear to have a poor understanding of what <BR/>God expects regarding their participation in the civil process¿and that¿s <BR/>understandable because they have been told so many things. Some have <BR/>concluded that voting and civil involvement is optional. Others seem to <BR/>view involvement as a necessary evil at best, and ¿dirty¿ or wordly at <BR/>worst. Afew years ago, one popular book even suggested that Christian <BR/>political organizations are misguided and perhaps even harmful. <BR/>On the other hand some seem to think that supporting and participating <BR/>in a political organization or party meets most of God¿s expectations. <BR/>Some even act as if God has given His unique endorsement to their <BR/>particular candidate or party. <BR/><BR/>The tragedy is that too many of us have formed our opinions and carved <BR/>out our convictions without looking to God for His direction¿and <BR/>where do we find that direction but in His Word?<BR/><BR/>Sinful Silence presents biblical principles that will remove any doubt as <BR/>to God¿s heart on the issue of civil involvement. We have attempted to <BR/>present a compelling case from the writings of the mighty prophet <BR/>Isaiah¿a case that will likely alarm you¿but a case that will hopefully <BR/>draw you into a closer walk with God. And, after reading this book, we <BR/>pray you will be far more motivated to participate in the civil processes <BR/>of our great nation. <BR/><BR/>We encourage you to read it carefully and prayerfully¿if you do, <BR/>and if you follow through, and if others do the same, the resulting spiritual <BR/>impact upon our nation could be dramatic and profound. <BR/><BR/>¿Ken Connor and John Revell

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