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The Criminalization of Christianity: Read This Book Before It Becomes Illegal! Hardcover – April 20, 2005
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Many of us have been aware of some of the moves to silence believers, to push activist agendas, to stifle freedom and to straightjacket the churches. But to see all this information concentrated in a book which can be read in one sitting makes for sobering reading.
And many of us have been aware of the persecution of believers in countries such as China, North Korea and Sudan. It seems harder to believe that active persecution and suppression of the faith is happening in the "Christian" West. But that is indeed the case.
In this book horror story after horror story is laid out, documenting the very real assaults on our freedoms and our faith. Consider but a few examples.
-Believers in Philadelphia faced felony charges and jail time for simply quoting from the Bible in public.
-Two Christians (one heavily pregnant) were ordered off a bus and had to walk home in the rain because the driver said their discussion of their faith might "offend" other passengers on the bus.
-A Canadian believer and print shop owner who declined to print homosexual material was found guilty of discrimination by the Ontario Human Rights Commission and fined $5000, which went to the homosexual group. He also now has to pay off a $170,000 legal fee.
-A group called American United for Separation of Church and State is sending people to churches to monitor sermons to see if there are any so-called church/state separation violations.Read more ›
Those hateful reviews tearing this book down are by paid propagandists who seek to spread the false perception, just as Hitler and the Nazi regime, that no one apposes them, and if you do you will be crucified. Join the ranks... onward Christian soldiers!
Bravo for this wonderful work. Buy it now, before it is illegal.
Folger, who is primarily known for her right-to-life involvement for many years, spends a majority of the first portion of the book showing real-life (and very well documented and annotated) examples of how Christians are repeatedly singled out and discriminated against. She illustrates how the crowd who largely and loudly preaches "tolerance" as be-all and end-all are the ones who are violently, unabashedly, and hatefully intolerant of Christians.
Stories ranging from the common, such as gay and lesbian organizations being granted meeting space in public buildings, but denying Christian groups the same, to the outright disturbing accounts of gay activists storming churches, urinating and defecating on the carpet during a worship service abound in this book. It illustrates the extent to which Christianity is under attack, and that it's only the beginning.
She reveals the tactics of various anti-Christian groups and gives plenty of examples of how those tactics have come to fruition. These tactics generally are designed to inflict as much damage on Christian morals and values while making Christians look like the bad guys.
She also points out how anti-Christian groups are systematically using court cases and lawsuits to set legal precedent.Read more ›
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Janet (Porter) Folger, former host of WYLL's Straight Talk, President and Founder of Faith2Action, looks at numerous news reports, lawsuits and legislation around the world, that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Paul
So true and Factual. To be a Christian is to Help, Save, and Love!Published 2 months ago by Karen Zerbonia
An excellent book and so reflective of the changing values we see in America today. Change is not always good and being discerning is better than all the tolerance you can learn... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Delores M. Baber
Very good intro to the current problem. It is a bit dated; recent developments have made the issue even more severe than the ones identified in the text.Published 12 months ago by Perry F. Denniston
Frankly, they're losing the debate in the battlefield of ideas, and feeling very afraid- and paranoid. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kirk Bailey
According to my trusty Seiko automatic it's April 12. And the year is 2015. Since in eight days it will be 10 years ince this book was published, the Christian-hating,... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Spalding W. Coyote
This book has gone from conspiracy theory to prophecy. Everything Janet has written in this book years and years ago has come to fruition.Published 16 months ago by David