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One Nation without God?

The Battle for Christianity in an Age of Unbelief

by David Aikman


Price: £11.99
Publisher:Baker Books imprint of Baker Pub. from Lion
Published:October 2012
In One nation without God? David Aikman deftly assesses the religious heritage of America to pose questions about the future of Christianity in the USA. He debates whether or not America was ever a Christian country and whether or not it should ever be one. In a close examination of its Christian heritage he effectively ascertains the way in which Christian faith has been the bedrock of American society for almost four hundred years. Examining present trends in American life, education and belief he gives a lucid account of where, spiritually, the nation is at present. He is clear about the consequences should the nation turn away from its Christian spiritual heritage. This is a book about America but its relevance to the situation on this side of the Atlantic could not be more appropriate. For anyone concerned about the state of our nation as well as America this is a timely book and should be widely read.

Reviewer: Graham Wise   (03/05/13)
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