What's Wrong With The Christian Right

What's Wrong With The Christian Right

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by Jan G. Linn
     
 

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With careful documentation, this book exposes the extent to which the Christian Right is influencing American politics, who its political allies are, the ways it is working to re-shape America into its own image, and the hypocrisy it practices in the process. The book also takes issue with the Christian Right's agenda on major issues, and the distorted image its…  See more details below

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With careful documentation, this book exposes the extent to which the Christian Right is influencing American politics, who its political allies are, the ways it is working to re-shape America into its own image, and the hypocrisy it practices in the process. The book also takes issue with the Christian Right's agenda on major issues, and the distorted image its extremism presents of Christianity. What's Wrong With The Christian Right is ultimately a call to all liberal minded people, especially people of faith, to join the effort to offset the Christian Right as the dominant religious voice in America today

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ISBN-13:
9781581124248
Publisher:
Universal-Publishers.com
Publication date:
06/01/2004
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)

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What's Wrong With The Christian Right 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Linn's book which is both readable and thoroughly documented makes a dramatic case that moderate and liberal Christians in the clergy and laity must no longer keep silent and allow Christianity to be defined by the far right. To quote Rev. Linn, 'If any group should be sounding the alarm about what is happening, it should be the Christian community.'
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book offers another viewpoint of Christian thinking by challenging the thoughts of the Christian Right and exposing the non-bibical and political agenda that are behind their ways of thnking and acting. This book is very enlighhtening and thought provoking. As the author states, 'Enough is Enough.'