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The Christian Betrayal of the United States theorizes that 100% of the problems of the United States have their root in the conservative, Bible-believing Christian church of this country.
Countless books by liberal Christians or by non-Christians, have accused the "Christian right" of being a dangerous segment of our country. Following the principles of the Christian right will lead to tyranny, so the theory goes.
The Christian Betrayal of the United States takes a very different tack. According to the author, the Bible-believing Christians have betrayed their country already--by their actions in many distinct arenas of life. Those who have cursed the Bible-believing Christians as being too Christian, have got it exactly backward. They may curse Christians again, when they understand that Christians were not Christian enough.
The author, far from being a liberal Christian or a humanist, is a self-professed conservative, Bible-believing Christian. He strives to show how his own people have betrayed their nation.
It is a dark story. On the brighter side, the author also tries to grope toward a solution of the problems he and his people have caused.

The Christian Betrayal of the United States theorizes that 100% of the problems of the United States have their root in the conservative, Bible-believing Christian church of this country.
Countless books by liberal Christians or by non-Christians, have accused the "Christian right" of being a dangerous segment of our country. Following the principles of the Christian right will lead to tyranny, so the theory goes.
The Christian Betrayal of the United States takes a very different tack. According to the author, the Bible-believing Christians have betrayed their country already--by their actions in many distinct arenas of life. Those who have cursed the Bible-believing Christians as being too Christian, have got it exactly backward. They may curse Christians again, when they understand that Christians were not Christian enough.
The author, far from being a liberal Christian or a humanist, is a self-professed conservative, Bible-believing Christian. He strives to show how his own people have betrayed their nation.
It is a dark story. On the brighter side, the author also tries to grope toward a solution of the problems he and his people have caused.


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  • ISBN-10: 1463490593
  • ISBN-13: 9781463490591

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