"Will the Real Heretics Please Stand Up":
A New Look at Today's Evangelical Church in the Light of Early Christianity
by David W. Bercot
An inspiring account of what Christians believed and practiced at the close of the age of the apostles--and how the church eventually lost the Christianity of that time. Combines sound scholarship with a free-flowing, readable style. Shows how the testimony of the primitive Christians can help today's church with the problems it faces.
"Henry and the Great Society":
by Herbert L., Roush
This book was loaned to me by a friend. I started reading it and could not stop. It was telling the story of my life in a different way. Henry knew the good life and thought progress was going to give him a better life. He had to give up the things dearest to him. Time with the family went by the wayside. A valuable lesson for people who are trying to get ahead. This book posessed me to quit my 12 hour, sometimes 6 day a week job of 17 years. I now make less money, but I also have time off to be with my family. My priorties are now in order and I am happy. I am now like Henry was in the beginning of the book. Sometimes we don't know what happiness is. Money isn't everything and debt will ruin you is some things I personally gleaned out of this book. I strongly recommend it to college age and over.
"Out of Control": Who's Watching Our Child Protection Agencies,
by Brenda Scott
Reviewer: A reader from Henderson, NV United States
After a horrendous child custody case where my wife and I were both accused of abusing my step-children, this book was a God send! We both learned so much that is helping us finally win this war. Brenda Scott's book should be read by every single parent in this country, especially by those who homeschool.
This book may scare the "H" out of you, June 23, 2000
Reviewer: A reader from Georgia, USA
If you have children this book may save your family. This book may change the way you deal with your family doctor, your child's school, and who you allow into your home. No, I am not paranoid, but there are too many cases documented here of individual rights being trampled, due process ignored, and families destroyed by bureaucracies that are not concerned with what is just. You may also be left with a cynical view of our adversarial legal system -family services workers assert that 'a declaration of innocence is a sign of guilt'. Let's just bind their hands and throw them in the river -you know the rest.
Left unanswered is the secondary question of how family services organizations became dominated by so many wrong-headed people, and how our tax money came to fund them. Are they really so deluded that they think they are doing good, or is there a New World political agenda driving them? Why do prosecutors go along with them? Why do police departments make arrests based on little or no evidence? There are a few good people in these organizations but I am afraid they have been intimidated into silence. Fixing this problem will take politicians willing to fight the tide of it-takes-a-village political correctness. How did it ever get this bad?
WOW! My eyes have been opened!, January 12, 1999
Reviewer: Sandie Adams, founder of "When Angels Cry" (Loony2z@aol.com) from Glencoe, MN
This author fills this book with stories of horror and corruption that will scare the living daylights out of ANY parent! If you've ever believed that our system is only looking out for the best interest of our children, then please think again, and read this book! Your pre-conceived notions WILL be blown right out of the water when you read these chilling true reports of the abuses, tortures and indignities our child protective agencies have imposed on some of the families in our country. As a parent who really does want what is best for my children....this is truly terrifying.
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