A.F. Alexander-Is the Religious Right a Threat to Democracy

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Open Minds Open Hearts radio show. Monday, 8/20/2012, 8-9 PM EDT. Blog Talk Radio. Our guest is A.F. Alexander, author of the explosive new book:


“Religious Right: The Greatest Threat to Democracy”   

Ms. Alexander was born and raised in Colorado and witnessed first-hand; the relocation of Focus on the Family, and its impact on the city. She was one of those far right conservative Christians. She even completed a Bible Institute program that ingrained the conservative worldview into her being. She left the movement, after a few decades of ardent involvement, over the position that women should stay with abusive husbands. She graduated from a church sponsored Bible Institute, worked as a part time church secretary in her spare time, was a Sunday school teacher for approximately eight years, and wrote for a monthly church publication. She holds a BSBA degree, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Sacred Theology. She has worked in Fortune 500 companies her entire adult life. This was the book that had to be written and would not be quieted.

This work is a timely exposé on the Religious Right that gives insight into the network’s blueprint for America. This book covers everything from Christian Reconstructionists, Dominionists, Quiverfull, Seven Mountains Mandate, to the war on women and attacks on public schools. You will find out who the leaders of the movement are and their tactics. It explains and documents a stealthy hijacking of the government, courts, schools, even our history, and popular culture. It explains and documents a stealthy hijacking of the government, courts, schools, even our history, and popular culture. For more information on all our shows, go to: www.openmindsopenhearts.net

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