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This was a solid book, filled with helpful information. However, it was void of heart, in the following manner: the culminating chapter failed to present a compelling argument for... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Stephen Ganschow
I don't believe in a "type" of God, I believe in God. I felt the authors were trying too hard to make their point about "four Gods". Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karen
An enlightening tome on the vagaries and polarity of religious belief in US culture. Insightful author, will read again!Published 3 months ago by W. Austin
I wanted to love this book. It's message is great, but it is way too short on data.Published 5 months ago by Richard Mcknight
A very good book for ministers, theology students and serious lay readers. Well written. Although I don't agree with the authors on everything they say, I consider this an... Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Hebert
America is becoming a Christian nation in name only. Froese uses actual statistics to help the reader get a handle on the Christian beliefs that address God.Published 14 months ago by L. Osborne