I am so happy someone researched and wrote this book! It was not what I was expecting, but turned out to be so much more. "He knows God is bigger and better than him.." "..his family upbringing, taught him that work and service go hand in hand." "...mainstream media was focusing on past blemishes [and] missed the cultural link...a connection of worldviews that encompassed patriotism, respect for God and Country, a disdain for political correctness, and a restoration of good old-fashioned Judeo-Christian values." He's not my pastor, but a "culture warrior." I admire him for that.
Reviews by your run-of-the-mill Seattle sore losers!
What is this...? Help me
Is anyone really stupid enough to buy this scam?
Even if you don't agree with or support Trump, you can still review the book. Please don't give a rating on Trump; rate the book.
I have always been confused how fundamentalist, evangelical, conservative Christians have been so supportive of a man who has openly broken his marriage vows on several occasions, uses foul language in public, does not attend church, has little understanding of the contents of the Bible, and has expressed harsh words about immigrants, and minorities. This book helped me understand this odd loyalty to Trump by conservative Christians. A quote: "One aspect of common grace is that God establishes officials-even ones who are not believers to restrain evil in society." So conservative Christians remain loyal to Trump because he has changed his opinion on abortion to a pro life stance, picked Mike Pence as his running mate, campaigned for government funding of private schools, and said he would fight for "religious liberty" (getting rid of the Johnson Amendment that prevents pastors from preaching politics in order to keep their non-profit status).
I fear that the authors and conservative Christians have been seriously duped by this con man who makes P.T. Barnum look like an amateur.
This is a joke, right?
Where does he get off INSULTING the POPE?
And I am an agnostic. Sad, sad man.
Where’s the chapter that addresses this Bible verse: “Then said Jesus unto his disciples, ‘Verily I say unto you, that a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven. And again I say unto you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God” (Matthew 19:23 – 24)?
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