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Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of USA

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by Colonel V. Doner

In Christian Jihad, Colonel V. Doner presents an authoritative and extraordinary dissection of the Neo-Fundamentalist mind, focusing primarily on its manifestation within Christianity. Doner provides an inside look at what drives the culture war with all its fear and paranoia, its "God-given" mandates, its "biblical" vision for God, country, and family, and how someone like Sarah Palin has become possible. But after showing us how we got into this mess in the first place, Doner provides a strategy for discovering a civil and peaceful way to disagree, even to find reconciliation, and finally end the vitriolic rhetoric and polarization that continues to cripple our country.

“. . . almost too hot to pick up and impossible to put down.” --Leonard Sweet

"Christian Jihad does many things - and all of them well. It gives us an inside view of the religious right while humanizing its participants. It proposes a way forward in the culture wars while transcending warfare rhetoric. It gives a first-hand account of an important and ongoing movement in American political and religious history while suggesting both the appeal and weaknesses of that movement. . . ." --Brian McClaren

"Fascinating... A superbly detailed insider's account of the war waged by much of the Christian Right against the rest of us - and against American values, and against the heart of the Bible."--Marcus Borg

"This well-conceived book gave me hope that Christians can do better and stop spreading movements rooted in fear and loathing. Doner is hopeful and so am I. He shows how humble Christians, who give up false certitude for the love of Jesus, can actually help to create a culture rooted in God’s love, one that results in healthy pluralism and human respect."--Dr. John H. Armstrong

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 18 May, 2012.