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40 of 53 people found the following review helpful
No matter your politics, if you think our country is headed in the wrong direction, you ought to read this book. It goes above partisanship to get to the source behind our nation's problems. Rod Parsley spells out a very reasonable solution to our collective ills. Remember that Bible-thing? Turns out, there's a lot of answers in there that would do our country and our American culture a lot of good -- not conservative, or liberal, and not even moderate...just good sense and common decency. I don't agree with Parsley on everything, but he makes a lot of sense this time around.

If you agree with the Republicans on abortion, school choice, and lower taxes, this book is going to strike a cord. If you agree with the Democrats on affirmative action and prevailing wage, you will find plenty here for you too. If you're worried that Hollywood and college professors are teaching your kids to hate their country and have no respect for anyone other than themselves, then you ought to read this book and help stop this madness before we lose America for good. I think this was the best book I've read in a long time. Consider it...highly recommended!
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28 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Rarely in today's society, flooded by a myriad of trite opinions, does a book carry with it the force to amend a culture, much less revolutionize it. Culturally Incorrect is such a book.

In 1836 the playwright, Edward Bulwer - Lytton penned words that would forever define the power of a well communicated worldview. In his play, "Richelieu", Cardinal Richelieu learns of a plot against him manufactured by a monk. Since as a priest he could not challenge the monk to physical combat, Richelieu issued this statement which today rings true for Dr. Parsley's new book:

Beneath the rule of men entirely great,

The pen is mightier than the sword.

This book is aggressively straightforward, addressing the left, the right, and everything in-between with a compassion that silences its radical detractors. Culturally Incorrect truly is a call to arms for everyone who cares about the future of America. Dr. Parsley makes it unmistakably clear that this battle is one to be fought in the arena of ideas by the very thing that had the power to create the universe; words!

This book is not only a vital tool for every concerned citizen, it is an indispensable weapon that every Christian must have in their arsenal. Needless to say, I highly recommend that you buy this book today!
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28 of 40 people found the following review helpful
on June 8, 2007
Some where along the line the church has been pigeon holed into some corner where we are dismissed as irrelevant. Hopefully this book by Pastor Parsley will challenge the non thinkers (most Americans) to think for themselves.

It is clear that neither political party has a clue as to what most Americans believe in this day and age. Every where I go people are frustrated with the political process and this book will help you understand why.

The book also provides a meaningfull answer to our generation - repent, serve, and pray. Who can argue with that?

Daryl Sanders
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16 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on June 16, 2007
Parsley details how historical philosophies(false ones), i.e. Marxism, deism, monism, secular humanism etc,are a rampant chant heard on university campuses and their destructive and negative impact on society today and and the past. Read the book with an open mind you'll get some very good information out of it, I don't agree with everything but I was surprised he came out with this, it really deserves a wider readership; especially Christian readers.
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54 of 80 people found the following review helpful
on May 19, 2007
"Culturally Incorrect" is Pastor Rod Parsley's best book yet. He clearly demonstrates why worldviews have a foundational impact on individuals' beliefs, outlooks and actions; articulately proves the superiority of the biblical worldview; and calls the church to authentic Chrstianity. Pastor Parsley is often undeservedly smeared by secularists as hateful and intolerant; with this book he proves that their attempted caricature of him is as far from the truth as it can possibly be.
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20 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on June 9, 2007
Culturally Incorrect is an eye opening book to anyone who knows something is wrong in America. The author drills down, beyond red state or blue state, liberal or conservative; he actually educates the reader through historical facts and socialogical events to explain the various worldviews. The world has stressed tolerance is the key virtue in a world of racial division, gender confusion, and devisive political debate. Yet, the world exhibits zero tolerance when the christian voices their moral stance; something is wrong in America and Parsley shows the reader how engage in the culture as a nation hangs in the balance.
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33 of 50 people found the following review helpful
on May 26, 2007
My hope is that people who may not be fans of Rod Parsley's preaching style and/or persona will give this book a chance.

It is thoughtful, challenging and well-reasoned -- surprisingly so. It's really beautifully written and deserves a readership wider that Parsley's core audience. And in it, he is tougher on the Church than he is on the forces of secularism which are so much a part of the worldview clash mentioned in the subtitle.

Cerebral but readable stuff!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Parsley's book indicates that the country is divided into two warring camps and only one will emerge the victor (the camps being Liberal and Conservative). He writes "isn't it ironic that the media and academic elit hold 'tolerance' and 'diversity' above all virtues, and yet appear unwilling to tolerate anyone who dares to claim a belief in absolute right and wrong, the absolute sanctity of human life, the biblical definition of marriage, or a God who holds men accountable for their actions?"

I find it a bit ironic myself but, then again, as a Christian I should expect some persecution regarding my beliefs. Jesus Christ himself stated so: "If they have persecute me, they will persecute you also." Parsley also quotes from David Limbaugh's book "Persecution" regarding this matter: "Anti-Christian discrimination in our society is getting more blatant and more widespread every day." To that, I respond with the biblical quote above. What did you expect, Mr. Limbaugh?

The book reads more as a apologist work for President Bush than anything else. Parsley encourages Christians to vote and to "be heard" which, ironically, is the opposite of what Jesus did (he refused to allow himself to be made a human king). Parsley interprets the command at Genesis 1:28 (wherein Adam and Eve are to "have dominion" over the Earth) as being wholly in line with Jesus' command to "make disciples" at Matthew 28:19,20. The problem with Parsley's reasoning is that he leaves out what Jesus indicated would solve the problems of the world, namely, God's Kingdom. Jesus indicated that his kingdom was "no part of the world" (hence, not political) and that Christians were to be no part of the world (hence, neutral as to politics).
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16 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on June 8, 2007
This book is a must-read! It is filled with great truths that once you start reading it, you will not want to put it down. Pastor Parsley has done a excellent job revealing the truth about the deterioration of the culture. There is great truth in there for everyone committed to reviving truth and a commitment to God in our culture. Democrats, republicans, independents, athetists, secularists and people of all faiths should read this book with an open mind and you will be glad you did!! I am recommending the book to everyone I know!! Enjoy!!!
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on December 20, 2013
In fact, this is one of my favorite books of all time. It is frank yet powerfully written, and very insightful.
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