A time for anger: the myth of neutrality

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Crossway Books, Sep 1, 1982 - Religion - 206 pages
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Argues that American society is dominated by an anti-Christian, pagan culture and suggests that the government should not take neutral stands on moral issues

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an angry book by an angry guy, who has since repented and is no longer mad at the world Read full review


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Schaeffer was widely recognized as one of the most influential Christian thinkers of our day. He is cofounder of L'Abri Fellowship, an intl study center and Christian community.

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