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  • ISBN: 0060732075
  • Author: David Limbaugh
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: World
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper Perennial (September 7, 2004)
  • Pages: 464 pages
  • ePUB size: 1668 kb
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In this New York Times bestseller, David Limbaugh exposes the liberal hypocrisy of promoting political correctness while discriminating against Christianity. has been added to your Cart.

In this New York Times bestseller, David Limbaugh exposes the liberal hypocrisy of promoting political correctness while discriminating against Christianity. From the elimination of school prayer to the eradication of the story of Christianity in America from history text-books.

Limbaugh zeroes in on how activist judges misinterpret and misapply the Constitution to eliminate Christianity from American government and public life. He reveals a society-wide disinformation campaign that has successfully obscured, for many people, what the Constitution actually says about religious freedom. While allegedly promoting re.

David Limbaugh is certain of it and goes to present his case in Persecution: How Liberals Are Waging War Against Christians. Limbaugh begins to build a case to show that liberals are attempting to make Christians second class citizens or worse simply make them vanish. At the beginning of the book Limbaugh states that he doesn't really see liberals as the attackers as much as it is society. He also states that he will show how Christi Is Christianity under attack in our modern culture?

Limbaugh explains through court cases, case studies, and true stories the widespread assault on the religious liberties of Christians in America today and urges Christians to fight back to restore their First Amendment right of religious freedom.

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You're here Christian Books Index Books General Market Persecution: How Liberals Are Waging War Against Christianity. Tolerance might be the highest virtue in our popular culture, but it doesn't often extend to Christians these days. Christians are increasingly being driven from public life, denied their 1st Amendment rights, and even actively discriminated against for their beliefs.

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In this New York Times bestseller, David Limbaugh exposes the liberal hypocrisy of promoting political correctness . From the elimination of school prayer to the eradication of the story of Christianity in America from history text-books, this persuasive book shows that our social engineers inculcate hostility toward Christianity and its values in the name of "diversity," "tolerance," and "multiculturalism.

In the book, Limbaugh states that he became a Christian after years of being a skeptic and that he now has a strong interest . Persecution: How Liberals are Waging War Against Christians (Regnery Publishing, October 2003, ISBN 0-89526-111-1).

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In this New York Times bestseller, David Limbaugh exposes the liberal hypocrisy of promoting political correctness while discriminating against Christianity. From the elimination of school prayer to the eradication of the story of Christianity in America from history text-books, this persuasive book shows that our social engineers inculcate hostility toward Christianity and its values in the name of "diversity," "tolerance," and "multiculturalism."

Limbaugh explains through court cases, case studies, and true stories the widespread assault on the religious liberties of Christians in America today and urges Christians to fight back to restore their First Amendment right of religious freedom.

Comments: (7)
Daigami
I liked it all.
Via
Read all of the reviews. It's important. The truth is that this book will receive reviews from many who haven't even read it. Then I encourage you to read the book. The title "Persecution" may unfortunately undermine some of the good and compelling arguments Limbaugh offers. This is not a book designed to prove the faith of America's founders, though it alludes to it often. That argument has been made powerfully in many places, some reviewers' complaints notwithstanding (even the liberals' darling, Jefferson, though unorthodox and not specifically Christian, signed bills that embarrass the fundamentalist left). What this book does well is make the case that Christians are increasingly and systematically being denied a voice where it counts in American policy. Rather than "Persecution," I wonder if Limbaugh might have considered naming the work, "Tyranny." The power of the anti-Christian left is intimidating. In Jefferson's day (Jefferson was suspicious of the courts) the kind of coercive, silencing action of our modern left leaning courts might have yielded a call to arms. Our founders did, you remember, take up arms against THEIR government, a government they saw as coercive, denying them representation (no voice where it counts). I would rather encourage Christians, true to the faith and direction of Jesus, to engage in respectful but firm and continuous civil disobedience. What good is our faith if it's not enough for us to lose jobs for? Or to lose reputation by smear campaign? Or, God forbid, eventually to lose family and even life for. In the end, the Kingdom is God's. There will not be an everlasting American nation and government. Read the book, and ask yourself, "What do we do now?" The value of the book will be seen in the response of readers. What will your response be? (...)
Undeyn
As most objective observers can see, there has been a very slow and almost imperceptible shift (to many Americans) in the place of respect and authority that the Christian religion occupies in this nation. Therefore, the word "Persecution" was chosen as much for its shock value as it was for its actual veracity.
Beyond this type of petty complaint, I can say that David Limbaugh has done the world and the Christian community a great service in sounding the alarm and providing a religious liberty compass. (Not his metaphors but my own) The alarm is obviously designed to warn American Christians that they and their descendents are in imminent danger. The compass is of course, to let them know that they are moving in the direction of being increasingly the object of unjustified scorn and discrimination and the victim of governmental and institutional bias enforced by unconstitutional law and purposefully prejudicial education.
The book does a worthy job of providing an admittedly limited picture of America's cultural & spiritual heritage, deeply steeped in the religion and moral understanding of Christianity. It then goes on to document case after case of discrimination against Christianity and the systematic exclusion of it from the public square. It demonstrates exactly how successful the purveyors of secularism have been in imposing their new standard of religious hostility or irreligion for the more apathetic. This is a new standard that undermines our historic Constitutional freedoms and proves the point that various religious groups have been attempting to make for the last 60 years.
In almost every religious liberty case that has made it to any high court, we have seen the removal of something religious. They have removed prayer from public schools, ten commandments displays, nativity scenes, crèches from the lawns of city halls, crosses from public parks, and even the words "under God" from the pledge of allegiance.
This indisputable fact tells us two things. First, from the beginning, religious symbols and religious thought were woven into the very fabric of American government and society with no sense of Constitutional violation, for you can only remove those things that already existed. This proves that the new standard being imposed by our courts is revisionist in nature, an attempt to change our traditional practices, and not a return to our historical, Constitutional, Jeffersonian, or Madisonian roots.
Second, that we are in dire need of David Limbaugh's book. Christians are not unified. Those that know something is going on are in a defensive posture and have thus far, failed to launch a comprehensive and coordinated offensive of their own. In other words, war has been declared by only one side, and it is the side of the secularists. Hopefully David Limbaugh's book will also serve as a call to arms.
The book's only major flaw is that it assumes that everyone comes to the table with some basic and correct understandings of America's history. These are not "assumptions", but they are obvious facts grounded in the history of this nation. This basic set of facts are monotonous in their historical attestation. At the end of this review, I will provide a list of books that will be helpful in illuminating these facts for the uninitiated.
Fact #1 - Thomas Jefferson and his views on the Separation of Church and State have been grossly ripped out context and used as a pretext to wipe all acknowledgment of God and America's Judeo-Christian heritage out of the public square. Evidence for this can be found in a myriad of books, including Jefferson's own writings on religion.
Fact #2 - The First Amendment uses the language of "non-establishment", not "separation", and was designed to restrict the jurisdiction of the federal government, and in so doing, provide for the free-exercise of religion. Richard John Neuhaus sums this up well.
"The two-part religion clause of the First Amendment stipulates that there must be no establishment of religion. The reason for this is to avoid any infringement of the free exercise of religion. Put differently, the free exercise of religion requires the non-establishment of religion. Non-establishment is not a good in itself. The positive good is free exercise, to which non-establishment is instrumental. Had one additional word been included in the First Amendment, we might possibly have been spared much of the grief over the religion clause in the last forty years. . . . With that added word, the religion clause would read this way: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or otherwise prohibiting the free exercise thereof." In other words, free exercise is the purpose of the religion clause, non-establishment is the means to that end."
Fact #3 - Our entire system of government presupposes the necessary existence of God and our acknowledgement of Him. One historian put it, "the founders' theory of rights was highly ideological, being based on a comprehensive system of beliefs about God, man, nature, and justice." -Gary T. Amos-
In short, our fundamental rights to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" are located in an endowment from our Creator (i.e. the founders fervent belief in natural law). To argue that the mention of God or the trappings of religion in public is unconstitutional is to turn the Declaration of Independence into a self-referentially incoherent document with no discernable meaning.
Fact #4 - America was founded by professing Christians in overwhelming numbers, and America remains both predominantly Christian by large numbers and incurably religious.

I highly recommend this book and the others listed below.
"Separation of Church and State" by Robert L. Cord (1982)
"Christianity and the Constitution" by John Eidsmoe (1987)
"Defending the Declaration" by Gary T. Amos (1989)
"Religion and the New Republic" by James H. Hutson (1999)
"Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation Between Church and State" by Daniel L. Dreisbach (2002)
"God and the Constitution" by Paul Marshall (2002)
"Forgotten Features of the Founding: The Recovery of the Role of Religious Themes in the New American Republic" by James H. Hutson (2003)
Villo
Each chapter is filled with examples of conflict between secular liberals and the majority of American citizens with a Judeo-Christian worldview. Christians who are only exposed to mass media and who's pastors/priests, rabbis preach "safe" sermons may not be aware that we are in a struggle to maintain the America our parents grew up in. As one who attended university late-in-life, I experienced what Mr. Limbaugh has to say about liberal professors. Had I been fresh out of high school I would have been easy prey to their propaganda. Every American citizen needs the information available in this book. It can be troubling but ignorance breeds apathy.
Flamekiller
Enjoyable for a conservative, which I am. I gave it as a gift to a friend and hopefully they will enjoy it as well.
Kipabi
He is a prophet of our times. From what is going on right now in 2015, the next steps will be thought police.
Damdyagab
What I have read thus far is great.
An excellent and necessary read to any American who values their freedom. And freedom includes freedom of religion. Christianity is under attack. The Muslims', Buddist's, Hindu's, and on and on are never given a moments trouble. This book wakes you up to the dangers our faith is facing in our country that was founded Under God...not Buddha, Mohammed, but the one true God. We need to start defending our rights set forth in the constitution.
Judi Williamson
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