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Marriage Under Fire: Why We Must Win This Battle Hardcover – April 1, 2007
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Another review states that all this information can be found elsewhere on the Web. I doubt many people would bother to search it out on the web. Here's a book that puts it all in one place to be read and pondered; a book that I can give to relatives and friends to encourage critical thinking and discussion on this important issue.
[If same-sex marriage is legalized]
1 - ...it will quickly destroy the traditional family
2 - children will suffer most
3 - public schools in every state will embrace homosexuality
4 - adoption laws will be instantly obsolete
5 - foster-care programs will be impacted dramatically
6 - the health-care system will stagger and perhaps collapse
7 - Social Security will be severely stressed
8 - Religious freedoms will almost certainly be jeopardized
9 - other nations... will follow our lead
10 - the Gospel of Jesus Christ will be severely curtailed, and
11 - the culture war will be over, and the world may soon become "as it was in the Days of Noah" (Matt 24:37) (pp. 47-64)
Dobson failed to convince me on every single one of these points. His assertions are alarmist and his book merely an attempt to fear-monger Christians into political action. It was obviously produced too quickly to be well-edited (for example, is the subtitle "Why We Must Win This Battle" as on the cover or "Why We Must Win This War" as on the title page?). It's also just a compilation of what Dobson has already said, in other publications and elsewhere.Read more ›
I find Erin V. Lutzer book titled The Truth About Same-Sex Marriage a more rounded presentation of Christian opposition to same -Sex marriage, the Christian social life and loving the sinner not the sin.
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Those crazy times in 2004. I just happened to find this book when searching for other books by James Dobson and thought it would be an excellent counter point to another book I... Read morePublished on October 23, 2013 by Kenn Caesius
This book speaks the truth. And like Mr Dobson said they want to intimidate ppl that stand for the truth by calling names such as "hate". Read morePublished on July 8, 2013 by stefaby
This man if full of hate. It is very apparent why a lot of people run from "religion" and "christians". Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Jordan Garrett
As I read this book I felt it was deeply based on 'feelings' rather than straight facts. There is no evidence to back up most of his theories. Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by Michal Shanda
I read this book today in one sitting at the library. It is discretely littered with sexism and homophobia, but often times they are attempted to be covered up by statements such... Read morePublished on July 14, 2011 by Rob P.
The book is a call to arms for those sympathetic to Evangelical Christian types of heterosexism - the view that heterosexuality is superior to all other sexual orientations - to... Read morePublished on December 14, 2009 by Raffana Donelson
This book stands for everything that is NOT of God and Dobson's God definitely does not need to make secular laws. Read morePublished on October 5, 2009 by W. Fleming