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  • Paperback: 253 pages
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group; 1ST edition (September 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0805431853
  • ISBN-13: 978-0805431858
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,093,131 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Brannon Howse grasps the underlying roots of the Culture War raging in America... -- David Limbaugh
National Columnist and NY Times Best-Selling Author


"Howse explains the current worldview war between those who believe there is a Creator and those who do not." -- Jim Ryun [R-KS]
United States Congressman


"Howse insightfully documents the tragic consequences that judicial tyranny, legal positivism, and the humanist worldview are having..." -- The Honorable Edwin Meese III
Former U.S. Attorney General Under Ronald Reagan

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It is very comprehensive and sourced.
Tim Wildmon
Mr. Howse rightly identifies that the core issue regards which worldview is true.
Sean McDowell, Ph.D.
This book is highly recommended as a work in modern conservatism.
Nick

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By barbara on March 29, 2012
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This book gives you a look at what is really going on in our country! It might not be for the faint of heart. There is a battle for our country, to turn it into what to me is the unthinkable. Our freedom is at stake. If you believe in God, if you believe in a free country, then read this and become informed.
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18 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Sean McDowell, Ph.D. on October 24, 2005
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In One Nation Under Man? Brannon Howse clearly spells out the religious worldview battle that is vying for the heart and soul of America. Mr. Howse makes the keen point that this worldview battle in our culture is not between religionists and secularists, but between two competing RELIGIOUS worldviews-theism and secular humanism. These two opposing religious worldviews both have an agenda for America. Secular Humanists want to create a society void of religious influence, whereas Theists believe our nation can only thrive it if returns to its biblical roots.

Mr. Howse rightly identifies that the core issue regards which worldview is true. It is not fact versus faith, but fact versus fact. Mr. Howse explains: "The issue is not that one worldview (theism) requires faith while the other (atheism) does not-both do. The question is: Which worldview is based on a more rational faith? (125)" Mr. Howse lays out a convincing case for why the theist (Christian) worldview is not only true, but the key to America's faith, family, freedom, and future. Let's briefly consider some of the key points in Mr. Howse's case:

First, Mr. Howse demonstrates through quotations of the Founding Fathers and the Declaration of Independence that America was built on biblical ideas. The wall between church and state was originally erected by the Fathers to keep the government from interfering with religion, not vice versa. The majority of the Fathers were theists, and they relied on their beliefs to form our great nation. Second, humanist organizations, such as the ACLU and NEA have deeply hurt our nation through their anti-religious and sometimes even socialist agendas.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Miller on November 1, 2010
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so much truth here
i totally recommend this book as well as Brannon's newer book, "Grave Influence"
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8 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jason Carlson on October 18, 2005
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Brannon Howse has provided a great service to the Christian community and to America as a whole. This book thoroughly and accurately describes the two competing philosophies driving virtually every public debate in our country today: Christian Theism vs. Secular Humanism. Howse rightly points out the Christian history which made America the great nation that it is, but he also warns that this Christian foundation is strategically being undermined by the agenda of the Secularist worldview. Anybody interested in today's cultural debates needs to read this book; and certainly every Christian who desires to be equipped to respond to the challenges presented by the Secular Humanist worldview. I highly recommend this book!
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7 of 13 people found the following review helpful By John T. Hays on October 2, 2005
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This is an excellent book that walks the reader through the problems of the secular humanist worldview. There is a very clear distinction made between Christian and man centered world views and a clear history of how the Supreme Court has basically rewritten our Constitution. This is NOT a boring book about legal cases and Psychology - rather it is a succinct look at how our country is headed for trouble unless we return to the worldview held by our Founding Fathers - a Christian World View.
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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Nick on December 16, 2006
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Brannon Howse does an excellent job in exposing the humanist agenda for what it truly is. The research is excellent and the conclusions are aggressive, uncompromising and well-stated. The legal scholarship is superbly well-documented, as well. The only reason people say that this book should not be found in public is because they are trying to hide behind the very thing which Mr. Howse so clearly exposes. This is NOT even remotely close to hate literature (as some critics have painted it); Mr. Howse very strongly opposes things such as racism and bigotry. However, he does not compromise on the teachings of the Bible. This book is highly recommended as a work in modern conservatism.
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