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This review is from: The Battle for the Mind : A Subtle Warfare (Paperback)
Mostly interesting because 25 years after the book dominated the evangelical attack on humanism in public education, the language and paranoia are still fodder for the movement.
Obviously, fundicons will love this book and liberal intelligensia will hate it. I'm neither. As a Christian who does not identify as religious right, I personally found the book's checklist of political issues absolutely maddening. I don't think there's an inherently "Christian" way to view nuclear power or balanced budget legislation, and it galls me that someone purports to claim that there is.
The reaction to this book will be so tied to the politics of the reader that objectively reviewing it is impossible.
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Initial post: Sep 16, 2014 7:27:41 AM PDT
Gerald D. Hapke says:
Coming to the realization of being free in Christ and being given the power through the Holy Spirit to be aware of faulty thinking patterns that are not scriptural one can begin to take captive these falsehoods.
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