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Counterattack: Why Evangelicals are Losing the Culture War and How They Can Win

Paul Brownback

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Editore: Paul Brownback
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  • EAN: 9780692641989

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Mainstream Americans are tired of being abused by the Left, which dominates both political parties, the courts, the media, and our educational institutions. They are incensed at being robbed of their money and their country. They are angered by watching the Left trash the economy, the military, the Constitution, and morality. Most of all, they are utterly frustrated that nothing they do makes a difference, that their vote does not precipitate change. 

In brief, they are tired of being defeated in the culture war.

The solution resides in a counterattack with the objective of restoring our previous Christian culture. The evangelical church must lead that offensive. However, because it has become infiltrated by the core concept of our failing post-Christian culture the American evangelical church is too weak to engage effectively in the culture war.

This book describes the core concept of secular culture that is ruining our nation, shows how that concept has infiltrated the American evangelical church, proposes a path back to spiritual health for the church, and provides an effective strategy through which the church can win the culture war against the Left.

Paul Brownback graduated from West Point, has a Master of Divinity from Talbot Theological Seminary, a Master of Human Relations from University of Oklahoma, and a PhD from New York University. He has served as a pastor, counselor, and Bible college president. He writes a weekly article on scriptural, social, and political issues for his blog. He is married to Connie. They have two grown children.

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