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A Season for Justice: Defending the Rights of the Christian Home, Church, and School Paperback – June, 2002
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He consistently toys with straw man constructions in this polemic without admitting his faith is that of one hoping for substance unseen. It is not likely this hope will ever be commonly shared by all of humanity.
It is rather interesting to see him start asserting matters of "proof" when engaging a fellow law school student who is gay. Surely, proof is hard come by and an unlikely companion when making such traditional assertions of faith. Many passages in this book begin with the author being "stunned" or being "shocked" at what he observes. This rightly characterizes the emotional basis for both his convictions and the religious ideas he endorses.
Impressionable children weeping their way into a church auditorium fully reveals how dramatically emotional is so much of the faith he espouses. And yet he attempts to portray liberal opponents as similarly locked in into a faith while not recognizing... much of their profound distrust of what he presents as that faith... is based on antagonism to the widely seen religious emotional extremism that he actually describes. He finds grace in such experiences while others of us recoil at the Old Time Religion that drags sinners down the aisle to the "mourners bench."
Emotion may be natural to the human condition but as the basis of religious zeal it has proven to be dangerous throughout history.Read more ›
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I found this book to be very enlightening on the issues and hurdles facing many of our Christian brothers today. Read morePublished on July 31, 2002 by Dwayne Wiginton
This book is very educational, but the tone of the book is conversational and approachable. The author talks about religious freedom issues in quite interesting and remarkably... Read morePublished on June 25, 2002
French is so captivating in his story telling approach that you'll wonder if he really did go to Harvard Law School.... Can lawyers be this affable?Published on June 21, 2002