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In this explosive book, Francis Schaeffer shows why morality and freedom have crumbled in our society. He calls for a massive movement - in government, law, and all of life - to reestablish our Judeo-Christian foundation and turn the tide of moral decadence and loss of freedom. A Christian Manifesto is literally a call for Christians to change the course of history - by returning to biblical Truth and by allowing Christ to be Lord in all of life.
©2005 Francis A. Schaffer (P)2009 christianaudio.com

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The historical value of concepts are why America became a FREE country.

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Good Perspective on Current "culture war."

Witness how the Christian community yielded the argument in the last 50 years. to the materialist Humanists.

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Thankful for this book

Loved it. Will listen again, perhaps annually. Prescient, given the America we now live in. Civil disobedience must be an option, otherwise the government has become a god, he observed.

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little slow

not the most interesting or compelling book

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