Thursday, May 17, 2012
Religious tolerance is prized more than truth. From clever slogans to celebrity endorsements, we are bombarded with seemingly peaceful messages of coexistence.
But beneath the bumper stickers and T-shirts is buried this truth: Coexistence is a myth. Instead, a war for world domination is raging--between radical Islam, secularism and Judeo-Christianity.
What does it mean for you as a believer and why should you care?
From years of global outreach, Robert Stearns predicts a coming perilous culture clash. With clarity and astonishing depth, he shows you the power of radical Islam to reshape Western culture, why Judeo-Christianity is losing strength, what believers can and must do, and more.
The ultimate dominance of any of these worldviews will create a tipping point in global culture. What role will you play?
The full title of this book is No, We Can't: Radical Islam, Militant Secularism, and the Myth of Coexistence.
The whole Muslim situation worries and actually scares me, so I grabbed this book to review since it is a subject that interests me.
The book isn't just about the threat of Islam on our country and the world, though the author does discuss that issue. The author also covers secularism and subjects like Environmental issues, and the threat of things like that against Christianity.
The book is an interesting read, and the author really knows his "stuff." He makes his case that Christianity is the only way and that we cannot peacefully coexist with these ideologies and religions that are so against what we believe, and what we can do.
Robert Stearns is founder and executive director of Eagles' Wings, a global movement of churches, ministries, and leaders; the publisher of Kairos magazine; and founder of the worldwide Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem. Stearns consults regularly with high-ranking government, international, religious, and business leaders and is a frequent columnist in Charisma and Ministries Today magazines. He has been featured on WABC in New York City, GODTV, The 700 Club, 100 Huntley Street, TBN, and many others. Robert and his family live near Buffalo, New York, and spend a great deal of time in Jerusalem.
No, We Can't is available from Chosen Books, a division of Baker Books.
Thanks to Baker for the review copy.