Death of A Christian Nation

Death of A Christian Nation

Paperback - 2010
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Whatever happened to "Christian" America? nbsp; American Christianity is under attack in this increasingly hostile climate, believers need knowledge .nbsp; First they need biblical knowledge, and then they need awareness as to how many Christians in America are suffering for their faith.nbsp; Deborah J. Dewart's Death of a Christian Nation offers anbsp; case-by-case look into how current laws and judicial decisions impact Christians' ability to apply biblical principles in the workplace.nbsp; In each chapter, Deborah explains to Christians where they can turn for help.nbsp; In her opinion, without this knowledge, our "Christian" nation will die.

Some believers may object to political action.nbsp; After all, the church's mission is to preach the gospel, and we tread on dangerous ground when we perceive non-Christians as "the enemy" rather than persons who need Christ.nbsp; But we cannot stand by idly while fellow believers suffer serious legal consequences for practicing their faith.nbsp; Moreover, our freedom to preach the gospel is rapidly diminishing, and preservation of that freedom is vital tonbsp; the church and its mission.

We must never forget our primary mission by becoming too entangled in political warfare, but neither can we hide our heads in the proverbial sand.

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Published: Chattanooga, Tenn. : God & Country Press, c2010.
ISBN: 9780899570235
0899570232
Branch Call Number: 322.1097 DEW
Characteristics: xvii, 206 p. ;,22 cm.

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