- Publisher: BREAKTHROUGH
- ASIN: B002R1ZHLW
- Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,130,972 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The final pages of the book hit me personally as Rod's wife told her story of her miscarriage. My wife and I could relate to her tragedy as we have experienced that tragedy more than once. That made the entire reading of this book worth it!
I've seen Parsley on television and was not terribly impressed. A younger version of Falwell or Robertson. This book however shows some originality which hopefully will lead the Fundamentalists into a more productive dialogue with more mainstream denominations.
I was shocked to see him take on the issues of race and poverty. I've never seen Pat Robertson address the issue of poverty, largely because to do so might undermine his preference for laissez faire capitalism. The fact that Parsley addresses these issues gives me the impression that he is seeking justice . . . even if I don't agree with how's he going about it.
He also talked about Islam. This chapter deserves points for originality but it is largely laced with ignorance and poor research. The idea that abortion should be banned as a method of out-growing Islam was, I think, the most appalling argument I've ever heard.
Then, chapters on abortion and homosexuality reveal nothing new. The abortion argument, other than the one above, are the same. He shows the same obsession on genitality, rather than the nature of the relationship, that the other people I see on TBN do. The scientific evidence is overwhelmingly clear that sexual orientation is determined biological factors, it's not a choice. Of course, I'm sure he would dismiss this, as he probably does evolution, as liberal bias, a nice way to ignore the truth. The man actually quotes the Family Research Council, which is not the most objective research available.Read more ›
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I was half expecting from the author's history to read a book filled with half truths. The author only managed to drag himself half way there. Read morePublished on February 22, 2007 by Richard
In the Name of ALLAH, The Compassionate, The Merciful
ALLAH is Al-Waduud, The Loving !
Rod Parsley writes, emphatically on page 113 of his book "Remember... Read more
Rod Parsley is a religious parasite whose only message is agree with me or burn. And by the way, my multi-million dollar mansion needs a paint job so fork it over. Read morePublished on December 20, 2005 by M. J. Nojonen
WELL, WHILE READING SOME OF THE REVIEWS I WAS DISGUSTED. THIS BOOK IS WRITTEN BY A MAN OF GOD, THAT IS A TRUE PROPHET OF GOD WHO CAN SPEAK CLEARLY ON THE ISSUES OF OUR TIME AND... Read morePublished on August 24, 2005 by REV.
"Knowledge is not all that it is cracked up to be." This is the opening line to Parsley's sixth chapter, entitled "Education: Recovering Our Lost Legacy. Read morePublished on July 8, 2005 by KWK