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Why the Christian Right Is Wrong: A Ministers Manifesto for Taking Back Your Faith, Your Flag, Your Future - ISBN 9780470184639

Why the Christian Right Is Wrong: A Ministers Manifesto for Taking Back Your Faith, Your Flag, Your Future

ISBN 9780470184639

Autor: Robin Meyers

Wydawca: Wiley

Dostępność: Dostawa 10-20 dni

Cena: 53,55 zł

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Praise for Why the Christian Right Is Wrong "For readers who are ′indignant over the direction of this country′ and feel that the time has come for ′dignified but tangible resistance,′ Meyers delivers an unambiguous, palpable blueprint." —Publishers Weekly "In the pulpit, Robin Meyers is the new generation′s Harry Emerson Fosdick, George Buttrick, and Martin Luther King. In these pages, you will find a stirring message for our times, from a man who believes that God′s love is universal, that the great Jewish prophets are as relevant now as in ancient times, and that the Jesus who drove the money changers from the Temple may yet inspire us to embrace justice and compassion as the soul of democracy. This is not a book for narrow sectarian minds; read it, and you will want to change the world." —Bill Moyers "In this book, a powerful and authentic religious voice from America′s heartland holds up a mirror to the Bush administration and its religious allies. The result is a vision of Orwellian proportions in which values are inverted and violence, hatred, and bigotry are blessed by one known as ′The Prince of Peace,′ who called us to love our enemies. If you treasure this country and tremble over its present direction, this book is a must–read!" —John Shelby Spong author, The Sins of Scripture: Exposing the Bible′s Texts of Hate to Reveal the God of Love "This is a timely warning and a clarion call to the church to recover the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to a great nation to resist the encroachment of the Christian Right and of Christian fascism. Many of us in other parts of the world are praying fervently that these calls will be heeded." —The most reverend Desmond M. Tutu Archbishop Emeritus "Why the Christian Right Is Wrong is wonderfully researched and a beautifully written book. Robin Meyers is right on target, and the book could hardly be more timely." —William Sloane Coffin author, peace activist, and former senior minister, Riverside Church, New York, New York

Preface. Introduction: The 9/11 Effect. Part One: The Speech Heard Round the World. Part Two: The Sin of Hypocrisy: Line by Line. 1. Christians Don’t Start Wars, They Try to Stop Them. 2. Missing in Action: The Sermon on the Mount. 3. Rich Chicken Hawks for Jesus. 4. Terminal False Dichotomies. 5. The National Debt, Family Values, and Why They Hate Us. 6. Homosexuals and the Politics of Death. 7. “Pro–Life” Should Include Mother Nature. 8. We Have Met the Enemy. 9. Cleansing the Temple of U.S. Health Care. 10. Christian Fascism and the War on Reason. Part Three: A Call to Nonviolent Resistance: How to Save the Country and the Church. Notes. The Author.


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