Dinesh D’Souza “What’s So Great About Christianity”

October 26th, 2007

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For years, it has been fashionable in some circles to dismiss Christianity and its beliefs as obsolete, discredited, disproven by science, even harmful. So what’s so great about Christianity?

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Scholar and former White House domestic policy analyst Dinesh D’Souza takes on the challenge of defending the faith, in his book called “What’s So Great About Christianity.”

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Garry Wills “Head and Heart”

October 14th, 2007

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There is a common assumption that underlies almost any discussion of faith in America, and that is the notion that the founding fathers sought to establish a Christian nation, and that we have strayed steadily further from their vision.

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The new book by historian Garry Wills reveals, however, that the founding fathers were, for the most part, not practicing Christians as we might think of that term today. But that, he writes, turned out to be the greatest blessing religion in America could ever have. Wills’ book is called “Head and Heart.”

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Brian “Head” Welch “Save Me From Myself”

July 15th, 2007

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Brian Welch lived the dream of millions. He was a bona fide rock star. As one of the founding members of the controversial nu metal band Korn, Welch — known since childhood by the nickname “Head” — had the life he had always dreamed of, too. The band sold millions of albums. They toured to sold-out venues. They were making a ton of money.

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And Head was sinking further and further into an abyss of drug and alcohol abuse, until one day when he realized what his lifestyle was doing to his young daughter. That’s when he turned things around, and decided to leave the band — and became a born-again Christian. His new book is called “Save Me From Myself.”

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Garry Wills “What Paul Meant”

November 16th, 2006

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The Apostle Paul may be one of the most misunderstood figures in the Bible’s New Testament. He has certainly been controversial, called, at various times, anti-Semitic, a misogynist, even a tool of Satan.

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Now Pulitzer Prize winning author Garry Wills comes to Paul’s defense, with a fresh reading of his letters and some historical perspective. Wills’ book is called “What Paul Meant.”

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Kathleen McGowan “The Expected One”

September 22nd, 2006

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An American woman keeps having Biblical dreams and visions that finally lead her to a discovery that could stand Christianity on its ear, in Kathleen McGowan‘s much-awaited novel “The Expected One.”

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Originally self-published, and intended to be the first volume in a trilogy, “The Expected One” took McGowan years to research and write — in no small part because she claims she, herself, is a real descendant of a union between Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

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