About the Author
Janet L. Folger is the president of Faith2Action, which works together with the most effective organizations in America to win the cultural war for faith and family. She also served as the national director of the Center for Reclaiming America, founded by Dr. D. James Kennedy, where she launched an online effort that resulted in one of the largest pro-family grassroots armies in the nation - more than five hundred thousand strong. One of her previous books, True to Life, describes her experiences as a pro-life advocate who successfully lobbied for the passage of the nation's first partial-birth abortion ban.
Read in a voice that sounds both strident and adolescent, another polemic of the Christian Right confuses the right to speak freely with the desire to impose religious beliefs on captive audiences in publicly funded institutions. Janet Folger earns some empathy for her grieving at the lack of overt moral influence in most of this country's public arenas. She gives effective, often sensational, examples of how Christian proselytizing is unreasonably prohibited in some settings while, at the same time, vulgarity in the media proliferates. Though the author's speedy reading and unrelenting righteousness make listening unpleasant, the lesson is an important salvo in one of the many public debates that make this country great. T.W. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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