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Adam Mersereau, author of "Uncivil Society" interviewed by Lloyd Hildebrand

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"Uncivil Society - Government's War Against God and the Plight of the Christian Citizen" As governments grow more and more hostile to biblical truth, Christians need to know how to respond in both thought and practice. This book provides believers with a biblical framework for viewing God, government, and politics. Uncivil Society describes the origins and purposes of government and shows how those purposes are being twisted and distorted in today’s society. It will help confused and frustrated Christians understand their duties to a hostile government and their proper role as Christian citizens. Uncivil Society is a book that every Christian citizen should read if they want to understand the government's thinking behind its political and court decisions on such things as abortion and gay marriage. Adam G. Mersereau is a practicing attorney and former officer in the United States Marine Corps. He has written for The Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, The Human Life Review, Touchstone Magazine, Worldview Magazine, The American Thinker, Breakpoint, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He is a Ruling Elder in the PCA, and he has taught Bible classes in various evangelical forums for more than ten years.

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