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Letter to a Christian Nation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by alt_f4 at Oct. 20, 2016
Letter to a Christian Nation

Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam Harris
English | Sep. 19, 2006 | ISBN: 0307265773 | 53 Pages | PDF | 29 MB

“Thousands of people have written to tell me that I am wrong not to believe in God. The most hostile of these communications have come from Christians.
The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church (Repost)

Gregory A. Boyd, "The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church"
English | ISBN: 0310267315 | 2007 | EPUB | 224 pages | 215 KB
The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church [Repost]

The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church by Gregory A. Boyd
English | Apr. 29, 2007 | ISBN: 0310267315 | 224 Pages | MOBI | 307.97 KB

The church was established to serve the world with Christ-like love, not to rule the world.

Letter to a Christian Nation  

Posted by interes at Oct. 24, 2014
Letter to a Christian Nation

Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam Harris
English | 2007 | ISBN: 0593058976 , 0307278778 | 112 pages | EPUB | 0,1 MB

From the new afterword by the author: Humanity has had a long fascination with blood sacrifice. In fact, it has been by no means uncommon for a child to be born into this world only to be patiently and lovingly reared by religious maniacs, who believe that the best way to keep the sun on its course or to ensure a rich harvest is to lead him by tender hand into a field or to a mountaintop and bury, butcher, or burn him alive as offering to an invisible God.
Myth and the Christian Nation: A Social Theory of Religion (Religion in Culture) (repost)

Myth and the Christian Nation: A Social Theory of Religion (Religion in Culture) by Burton Mack
English | ISBN: 1845533720 | 2008 | 304 pages | PDF | 27,2 MB

This is a book on a social theory of religion and culture. A survey of the meanings of the term religion from Columbus to Jonathan Z. Smith sets the pace. Examples are taken from ethnography, the ancient Near East, the Greco-Roman age, and Christendom in order to develop the concepts of imagined world, social formation, mythic grammar, and cultural mentality.
The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church (repost)

Gregory A. Boyd, "The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church"
ISBN: 0310267315 | 2007 | EPUB/MOBI | 224 pages | 215 KB/308 KB
The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church [Repost]

Gregory A. Boyd, "The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church"
ISBN: 0310267315 | 2007 | EPUB/MOBI | 224 pages | 215 KB/308 KB

Myth and the Christian Nation  

Posted by roxul at April 17, 2012
Myth and the Christian Nation

Burton L. Mack, "Myth and the Christian Nation"
English | ISBN: 1845533720 | 2008 | 304 pages | PDF | 27,3 MB

Letter to a Christian Nation [Audio book]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by kasaka at Dec. 31, 2009
Letter to a Christian Nation [Audio book]

Letter to a Christian Nation [Audio book]
Simon & Schuster Audio | ISBN: 0743567056 | 2006-12-05 | MP3 | 49 Mb

"Forty-four percent of the American population is convinced that Jesus will return to judge the living and the dead sometime in the next fifty years," writes Sam Harris. "Imagine the consequences if any significant component of the U.S. government actually believed that the world was about to end and that its ending would be glorious. The fact that nearly half of the American population apparently believes this, purely on the basis of religious dogma, should be considered a moral and intellectual emergency."
One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America

One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America
Language: English | PDF | ISBN-10: 0465049494 | 2015 | 384 pages | 7 MB

We’re often told that the United States is, was, and always has been a Christian nation. But in One Nation Under God, historian Kevin M. Kruse reveals that the idea of “Christian America” is an invention—and a relatively recent one at that.