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Tags What are tags? Public Private login e. Add a tag Cancel Steven Keillor. Rather than attack the supposed proofs of God's existence, skeptics of all sorts college professors, journalists, members of ethnic minority groups, women, and especially Generation Xers are more likely to point to slavery, patriarchalism, mistreatment of Native Americans and other historical examples of Christian oppression as evidence that Christianity is either misguided or untrustworthy.
These revisionist views of U. Examining events in the United States from Columbus to Clinton, he first disabuses us of the notion that our nation has ever been a genuinely "Christian" one. Then he focuses in turn on various political, economic and cultural policies or events the Civil War, westward expansion that are now often cited to "disprove" or "debunk" Christianity. Relying on essential Christian assumptions and on the best of contemporary historical scholarship, he refutes each of these challenges with a provocative, compelling and robustly pro-Christian reading of U.
This Rebellious House: American History and the Truth of Christianity
A significant book for historians, students, Christians and other citizens caught in the crossfire of America's current-day culture wars. More Product Information Publisher: October 3, Pages: Interpreting History Keillor, Steven J. Add to Cart Prisoners of Hope: Add to Cart Rescuing the Gospel: The Story and Lutzer, Erwin W.