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You Will be Made to Care: The War on Faith, Family, and Your Freedom to Believe

You Will be Made to Care The War on Faith Family and Your Freedom to Believe Religious liberty is under attack in America Your freedom to believe may not last much longer To all those who say they don t care about the culture war Erick Erickson has only one response The Left

  • Title: You Will be Made to Care: The War on Faith, Family, and Your Freedom to Believe
  • Author: Erick Erickson Bill Blankschaen
  • ISBN: 9781621574743
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Religious liberty is under attack in America Your freedom to believe may not last much longer To all those who say they don t care about the culture war, Erick Erickson has only one response The Left will not let you stay on the sidelines You will be made to care Now the former Editor in Chief of RedState joins with Christian author Bill Blankschaen to expose thReligious liberty is under attack in America Your freedom to believe may not last much longer To all those who say they don t care about the culture war, Erick Erickson has only one response The Left will not let you stay on the sidelines You will be made to care Now the former Editor in Chief of RedState joins with Christian author Bill Blankschaen to expose the war in America on Christians and all people of faith who refuse to bow to the worst kind of religion secularism one intent on systematically imposing its agenda and frightening doubters into silence The book features first hand accounts from Christians who ve been punished for their beliefs and the perspectives of concerned thought leaders to make the case that Americans of faith can t afford to ignore what s happening not any You Will Be Made to Care offers hope for preserving freedom of conscience with practical steps that believers, families, pastors, church leaders, and citizens can take to resist tyranny and experience a resurgence of faith in America.

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    1 thought on “You Will be Made to Care: The War on Faith, Family, and Your Freedom to Believe

    1. "You Will Be Made To Care". This is the underlining premise of Erickson and Blankschaen's book on the timely and urgent need for religious freedom. Given the continued attacked on traditional orthodox Christians' beliefs, coming from secular activists all the way to the Supreme Court Justices, the authors present a way forward for believers to defend their faith, their families, their marriages, and their freedom to believe. I look quite a few notes in the margins and found myself agreeing with [...]

    2. This was a wonderful and encouraging read! Our culture has abandon it's heritage , but the church can't hide. We need to continue the mission of advancing the gospel, and speaking Gods truth in love. I highly recommend this to concerned believers, it's gonna be okay.

    3. Eh. Too "liberals are devils; win the culture war" for me. Most of the book felt like a political pamphlet for the religious right, which isn't necessarily bad, but wasn't the kind of book I was looking for. At a couple points, Erickson made it sound like he was trying to actually understand the liberal position and why liberals are currently using the government to push their agenda, but I found his answer that "they need to use force because people wouldn't accept it via free choice" rather un [...]

    4. Found this to be echoes of what I see going on in our country today. Some of the information was new to me.

    5. Josh Craddock, writing in the Witherspoon’s Public Discourse blog, says, “Postmodern people think of humanity and the material world as infinitely malleable, subject to individuals who fashion reality according to the objects of their will. Christians and other pre-moderns believe that every thing—including mankind—possesses an essential nature by virtue of what the thing is. In other words, reality isn’t optional, it’s objective. The result of this chasm is that American citizens no [...]

    6. [Note: This book was provided free of charge by the author in exchange for an honest review.]In order to understand this book, and its author, a bit of context is important. Erickson is a well-known blogger and political commentator and radio host, among other interests, and as a longtime follower of the website he used to edit, RedState, as well as his current Resurgent Morning Agenda, he would have a regular discussion of the way that leftists in our society (and in other Western nations) have [...]

    7. Eye-opening analysis of the left's radical agendaThe authors' analysis of the radical left's determination to force everyone to not merely accept their lifestyle choices but to fully embrace it or suffer the consequences is chilling to say the least. They lay out a compelling case for clear eyed resistance by standing on our Christian faith. Highly recommended reading.

    8. What do former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, Oregon bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein, Washington State florist Barronelle Stutzman, Iowa art gallery owners Betty and Dick Odgaard, Augusta State University counseling student Jennifer Keeton, Gallaudet University chief diversity officer Angela McCaskill, New Mexico photographers Jonathan and Elaine Hugenin, and many others have in common? They have all been “made to care” in the culture wars to force everyone in our society to affirm homose [...]

    9. Good adviceIt took me some time to get through this book because the first part is so depressing. It tells stories of everyday folks in the USA who have lost their jobs, or were sued, or had their reputations publicly attacked because they believe in the biblical view on marriage. The second half of the book was much more interesting. It starts out with some obvious things, but sometimes we need reminders of the obvious. The first is to research your faith and KNOW what you believe. How can you [...]

    10. While some of his points are repeated several times, becoming a bit redundant, the stories supporting his thesis bare multiple reads and further exploration. It's well-written and well argued (for the most part). Erickson calls out Democrats because it's their ideology to a large degree that's pushing this agenda, but he doesn't fully call out Republicans who are similarly complicit in other areas (which is the only reason I give him a pass here).I found it helpful and informative, though I doub [...]

    11. It's a good summary of the current status of the debate, but not much else. The conclusions and application seem simplistic. It's a good read if you've never considered it before, but that's about it.

    12. Very good reminder of the intolerance that prevails by those who claim to be tolerantd specific, real examples of those who have faced persecution by the tolerant class. And how Christians should act, lead, and respond.

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