8 edition of James Dobson"s war on America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||BR1725.D62 A54 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||96050183|
From Olympic glory to surviving a Japanese prisoner of war camp, the late WWII veteran Louis Zamperini was an American hero. Listen as Dr. James Dobson interviews Louis’ son and daughter-in-law, Luke and Lisa Zamperini. They discuss Louis’ upbringing, his achievements at the Olympics, and the plane crash that stranded him at sea for 47 Followers: 7M. The book sold 2 million copies. Dobson then cranked out a string of follow-up Christian self-help books, with titles like Straight Talk to Men and .
The point of this is not to engage in a media war with James Dobson, rather to highlight the way Evangelicalism and rural America has shown a vulnerability to being hijacked by extremist con : Chris Sosa. Social research reveals that a meager one in six men in America regularly attends church. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson and author and TV producer David Murrow address this damaging phenomenon. David shares why he believes some men hate going to church and explains how a lack of dads and husbands in the pews hurts the entire family unit/5().
Christianity has been unfairly targeted by the progressive culture. Fortunately, more and more non-religious groups are coming to the defense of religious liberty. On this edition, Dr. Dobson welcomes popular conservative author and speaker, David Horowitz, to the Family Talk studios. The two discuss the origins of the hostility towards religion, while David explains his decision to walk away. Consider someone like James Dobson, founder of the group Focus on the Family. In a recent letter to his supporters, he made blatantly racist and classist comments about refugees. After visiting the southern border in McAllen, Texas, Dobson writes:Author: Beth Stoneburner.
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Out of 5 stars James Dobson's War on America. Reviewed in the United States on Octo Verified Purchase. I couldn't wait to get this book and I wasn't disappointed after I read it/5(11). James Dobson's War On America issues a warning call to concerned citizens, liberal and conservative alike, to oppose this man who is a creature of inner rage, intense racism, sexism, and homophobia -- all of which are at the root base of his radical political plan for a "Christian America" -- Dobson style.
-- Midwest Book Review/5(11). James Dobson's War on America book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Former Dobson aide and Focus on the Family co-founder /5. In James Dobson's War on America, former Dobson executive and co-host of the "Focus on the Family" radio program, Gil Alexander-Moegerle, offers an insightful and detailed expose of this religious power-broker and his strong-arm corporation.
James Dobson's War on America demands a response. Gil Alexander-Moegerle writes a fast-paced account that reads like journalism: well documented, carefully recounted and fundamentally credible. He courageously bucks the tide of religious and social political correctness, giving Americans in general and Protestant Christians in particular a 5/5(3).
The Hardcover of the James Dobson's War on America by Gil Alexander-Moegerle at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Religious author and White House Family Conference task force member James Dobson formed the Focus on the Family corporation ina group that currently boasts plenty of political clout on the religious right, a 5/5(1).
James C. Dobson is founder and James Dobsons war on America book of Family Talk. For over 40 years, Dr. Dobson has been a leading voice in the culture, helping strengthen families and marriages with psychologically sound, biblically-based advice.
He is the author of more than 30 books dedicated to the preservation of the family, and his daily radio broadcast is heard around the world and online. James Dobson's War on America (English Edition) eBook: Alexander-Moegerle, Gil: : Tienda Kindle/5(3).
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I couldn't wait to get this book and I wasn't disappointed after I read it/5(3). James Dobson's War On America issues a warning call to concerned citizens, liberal and conservative alike, to oppose this man who is a creature of inner rage, intense racism, sexism, and homophobia -- all of which are at the root base of his radical political plan for a "Christian America" -- Dobson style.
Gil Alexander-Moegerle, a former Focus on the Family, noted in his book James Dobson’s War on America: James Dobson believes that he has been entirely sanctified, morally perfected, that he does not and cannot sin.
Now you know why he and moralists like him make a life of condemning what he believes to be the sins of others. He is perfect.
In this often strident expose of James Dobson, founder and president of Focus on the Family, an ultraconservative Christian organization, former Focus vice-president Alexander-Moegerle issues a call t. James Dobson's war on America.
Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. ISBN X. Gilgoff, Dan (Ap ). The Jesus Machine How James Dobson, Focus on the Family, and Evangelical America are Winning the Culture War. Martin's Press. ISBN Occupation: Psychologist, Author, Radio Broadcaster. James Dobson is a Christian author, psychologist, and founder of Focus on the Family (FOTF), which he led from to In he founded Family Talk and launched a new radio broadcast, "Family Talk with Dr.
James Dobson." He has authored many books on parenting and marriage. James Dobson's War on America Book Review by Joel Swadesh October M. Scott Peck's work "People of the Lie" proposes that evil arises from a kind of malignant narcissism.
Malignant narcissism is, in Peck's definition, a self-love so consuming that it devours everything around it, but especially the truth. Enjoy the best James Dobson Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by James Dobson, American Psychologist, Born Ap Share with your friends.
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James Dobson: Beat Your Dog, Spank Your Kid, Go to Heaven It was a childrearing book. It sat on a bookshelf in our house for months until I couldn't stand the sight of it any more. James Dobson, you owe America an apology.
The fictional letter released through your Focus on the Family Action organization, titled "Letter From in Obama's America", crosses all lines of. James is not a friend of mine. Hes a work colleague in that we are both freelance script writers for the same soap.
I say this to make the point that, while I know James, I have no reason to write a review that is anything other than my honest opinion. The Book of /5. On this broadcast of Family Talk, popular radio talk show host Dennis Prager will continue discussing his fears for the soul of America as he addressed an event held by Dr.
Dobson. Now, Dennis will discuss the attacks on the concept of "In God We Trust" and how today's society is destroying the Biblical foundations this country was founded upon.November America's Spiritual Civil War. During a recent interview on Family Talk radio, my guest asked me a provocative question.
He wanted to know why people on the Far Left seem to hate God. I gave him a preliminary reply and later wrote a more thoughtful answer, which appears below. Gil Alexander-Moegerle, a former Focus executive and once one of Dobson’s most trusted advisors, writes in his book James Dobson’s War on America that this “Holiness” principle is key to understanding Dobson’s worldview: “James Dobson believes that he has been entirely sanctified, morally perfected, that he does not and cannot sin.