Unchristian America: Living with Faith in a Nation that was Never Under God

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2008 - 221 頁
With the 2008 election approaching, the Christian Right will once again be a major topic of discussion. Conservatives are concerned that America is losing its Christian heritage, and liberals are disturbed at what they see as the increasing political power of Christian conservatives. Yet both sides often share a key assumption: that America has historically been a Christian nation. In UnChristian America?, Liberty University professor Michael Babcock traces America's historical, political, and religious development to reveal the surprising truth: The country has been trending post-Christian since Jamestown, and therefore America was never really Christians' to lose. As he presents a sympathetic but candid view of the legacy of the Christian Right, Babcock challenges evangelicals to take action for moral change and prevent the slide into a post-Christian future before it's too late.
 

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The essential basis for this book is that Americans have used popular culture as a standard of success or ethic of social equality and lost sight of the word of God since Colonial days. Babcock ... 閱讀評論全文

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Introduction
vii
First part
1
First chapter
3
Epilogue
213
Endnotes
215
Acknowledgments
221
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