Why Evangelicals Should Support Mitt Romney (And Feel Good About It!) [NOOK Book]

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Why should evangelical Christians support a Mormon candidate for President?David and Nancy French tackle this very question with facts, anecdotes, theology, and a good dose of humor. They talk about Romney’s “Massachusetts moderate” label, his record on social issues, and--yes--his religion.

This books is for people who see Gov. Romney as a talented leader who might very well be the best hope for the GOP against President Obama, except for a ...
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Why Evangelicals Should Support Mitt Romney (And Feel Good About It!)

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Overview

Why should evangelical Christians support a Mormon candidate for President?David and Nancy French tackle this very question with facts, anecdotes, theology, and a good dose of humor. They talk about Romney’s “Massachusetts moderate” label, his record on social issues, and--yes--his religion.

This books is for people who see Gov. Romney as a talented leader who might very well be the best hope for the GOP against President Obama, except for a few nagging issues. This book is for people who love their country, love the Bible, and think the Book of Mormon is, well, heresy.

Is it possible to strongly disagree with Mormonism and still support Romney? Isn’t theology more important than politics? What about the “flip flop” accusation? Is Mitt Romney a person of character and integrity?

David French is a constitutional lawyer and a captain in the U.S. Army Reserve. He graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, is a Senior Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, and is a frequent contributor to National Review Online. Nancy French is a New York Times best-selling author who has written many books and also contributes to National Review Online.

Together, they attend Zion Presbyterian Church, live in Columbia, Tennessee, and are also “Evangelicals for Mitt.” Read this book to find out why.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013775701
  • Publisher: Patheos Press
  • Publication date: 1/13/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 135 KB

Meet the Author

David French is a constitutional lawyer and a captain in the United States Army Reserve. He has practiced law since 1994 and graduated with honors from Harvard Law School. A Senior Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice and a frequent contributor to National Review Online, French taught at Cornell Law School, served as president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), and served as Senior Counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund. He has authored several books on religious liberty and has made numerous television appearances, including on ABC World News Tonight, The Fox Report, Special Report with Brit Hume, The O’Reilly Factor, and many others. David served in Iraq with the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment from November 2007 to October 2008 and was awarded the Bronze Star.

Nancy French is a New York Times best-selling author. She’s written Red State of Mind: How a Catfish Queen Reject Became a Liberty Belle, co-authored Bristol Palin’s Not Afraid of Life: My Story So Far, as well as other books. She is the editor of the Family Portal in association with SixSeeds at the website Patheos.

Together, David and Nancy co-founded (with friends) EvangelicalsforMitt.org in 2005 and wrote Home and Away: A Story of Family in a Time of War in 2011. Their work has been covered by the New York Times, NPR, CBS News, Fox News, ABC News, USA Today, MSNBC, the L.A. Times, the Weekly Standard, the Boston Globe, the Associated Press, Time, and other publications. They have also written about Gov. Romney in National Review Online, the Washington Post, Newsmax, the Daily Caller, Patheos, and LifeNews. They live with their three children in Columbia, Tennessee—home of a weeklong festival celebrating mules—and attend Zion Presbyterian Church (PCA).
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