Wednesday, February 27, 2019
THE THEFT OF AMERICA'S SOUL by Phil Robertson
Now, if you know anything about Phil Robertson and the Duck Dynasty family then you can summize what this book is about. If you have never heard of Phil Robertson the partriarch of the Robertson clan then you must know that he is a man that believes in God, family guns and speaking plain. THE THEFT OF AMERICA’S SOUL is exactly what you suspect it is: a conversation based on biblical principle of what is true and what is being presented as truth in America.
There are 11 chapters each one addressing an important concept that should have been established, one way or the other in hearts and minds of every man and woman who identifies as a Believer. Each chapter presents a lie being promoted today and the truth as is found in Scripture.
For some lies many people may say: That is not what is being presented; that is not what people are saying; it is what people are implying however therefore it is what many believe in their souls. For example “There is absolute truth and it comes from God.” This statement which is discussed in chapter three is the truth, many people believe there is no absolute, they believe the lie: “Truth is relative.”
Another significant chapter, they are all important, is chapter 7. In this chapter Phil Robertson discusses the lie: “Laws can be ignored or changed if they are inconvenient.” If you have never read anything by Mr. Robertson by the time you reached this chapter you will know that he is not an ignorant man, his words are worth thinking about.
I like this book, it is well worth purchasing, gifting and having a Bible study with. It is time Christians started taking what is going on in the world seriously and started evaluating what is happening around them. Today there are more individuals who believe they are Christian and there are also “churches” that acknowledge Jesus but have accepted the lies. Get this book! Written by Marsha L F Randolph
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