This book should be required reading for all of the presidential candidates.
There is good reason that George Weigel throughout the book refers to the Pope's Regensburg address that caused so much controversy, but for the wrong reasons.
George Weigel has written this book in an attempt to help us understand what the War on Terror is really all about and how we can win it.
Must read for anyone who wants to speak intelligently about Islam.Published 1 month ago by solomonstemple
Searching for out of print and used books has been made so simple since Amazon has come along. Easy, well laid out, many choices and conditions to chooses from. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Simpson
Weigel does a superb job explaining our responsibilities to combat global jihad by first identifying the false statement that Islam is one of the three Abrahamic faiths to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Lozano
George Weigel is currently one of the best American writers on religious topics. This is a short, but very informative, book outlining Weigel's ideas of the strategies and tactics... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mark Anderson
Another river of silver and gold from the pen of an incisive writer.
He "targets" the wood from the trees and is fair in judgement.
This completely disgusting book, has about as much to do with "reason" as a gay fashion designer would if he re-designed the Swiss Guards' outfit with fishnet fabrics. Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by Peter P. Fuchs
This book is yet another instance of clear and reasoned thinking from Weigel on an issue of great importance that has been greatly muddled in the public mind by many kinds of... Read morePublished on December 9, 2009 by R. S. Corzine
I am a long time admirer of George Weigel, and have been following many of his insightful articles in "First Things" and "Commentary," and hence I was very excited to get a hold of... Read morePublished on July 21, 2008 by Dr. Bojan Tunguz
This book by Wiegel is well-written, clear and most insightful. He outlines ways of looking at the problems that I had not experienced before. Read morePublished on June 27, 2008 by Anthony Zangara