Discovering God in America

Posted: July 21, 2009 in Category - Book Reviews, God In America

Review:  Discovering God in America by Newt Gingrich

By Bo Perrin

A small, but vocal, minority exists in America whose Jihad is to remove from public every thing or statement bearing a reference to God or Judeo-Christian values.  The goal of this war is to totally secularize government removing any vestige of faith from the public square.

God in AmericaNewt Gingrich, former speaker of the House and a Professor of history, has taken the battle to the Skeptics. Newt’s book Rediscovering God in America takes you on a literary tour of the various memorials in Washington D.C. during which he provides irrefutable proof this nation was based on Judeo-Christian principles.  You travel through the National Archives as well as Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, the Vietnam Veterans and Roosevelt’s memorials.  The tour continues through the Capitol building along with the Supreme Court, Library of Congress and the Ronald Reagan’s building.  It winds down as you explore the White House, the World War 2 memorial and the National Cemetery.  Through each land mark Newt points out the inscriptions or artifacts showing the true beliefs of our Founding Fathers in addition to pointing out how the newer governmental buildings show a remarkable lack of references to God and Judeo-Christian principles.  Newt ends with President Washington’s favorite phrase Laus Deo and deconstructs  Progressives’ attempts to secularize this country and declares a call to arms.  The next time a Skeptic screams that Biblical faith has no place in the public square, especially in the political arena, you now possess one of the greatest weapons we have been given to devastatingly counter his strike.

If you believe that this country is still great and that part of its greatness is its Judeo-Christian heritage then this book will inspire and deepen your faith.

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