It’s not too late to order Matt Barber’s fiery new book, Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity, published by BarbWire Books, for Father’s Day or for a belated Father’s Day gift. Tell Dad it’s on its way, or get him the Kindle version so he can sit back and start reading today!
Hating Jesus first reveals how secular progressives are waging an unrelenting fight against Christianity in America, and then explains what Christians can do about it. BarbWire Books released this timely book in both paperback and Kindle version through Amazon on May 23, 2016.
In Hating Jesus, Matt Barber documents how American leftists have co-opted every elite institution: schools, government, the media, Hollywood and the arts, many conservative organizations, and even much of what passes for the Church in America. With growing power, the progressive movement wages its relentless War on Christianity—and they are winning. The ultimate goal? Conform to their pagan demands, or face financial ruin or even incarceration.
Even so, there remains good news. With Christ, it’s never too late to win this escalating war.
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Todd Starnes of Fox News raves about Barber’s new book. He thinks Matt is right on target: “In Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity, Matt Barber delivers a masterful blow-by-blow investigation of how the Left sucker-punched people of faith,” Starnes says.
David Limbaugh, attorney, best-selling author and brother of talk radio megastar Rush Limbaugh, agrees: “In his ‘must read’ book, Hating Jesus, my friend Matt Barber (with project partner Paul Hair) persuasively argues that anti-Christian facets of the organized Left have placed the Christian faithful squarely in their crosshairs. Accordingly, Matt … provides a realistic and effective action plan [to fight back].”
Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity from BarbWire Books is essential for anyone interested in current events and where the United States is headed.
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