The Teavangelicals: The Inside Story of How the Evangelicals and the Tea Party Are Taking Back America  -     By: David Brody
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The Teavangelicals: The Inside Story of How the Evangelicals and the Tea Party Are Taking Back America

Zondervan / 2012 / Hardcover

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Wondering what all the hubbub surrounding the Tea Party is about? Find out with this guide to "teavangelicals!"

Committed to values, integrity, and social conservatism, the Tea Party found an ally in the evangelical movement, drawing in Conservative Christians from all states. Author David Brody will introduce you to these people, as well as the issues, main players, scope, and issues the Tea Party is out to conquer. Examining the rallies, organizations, political powerhouses, the media, and laying out a plan for the future, you'll discover the history and envision the future path of the movement. 159 pages, softcover.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Zondervan
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 0310335612
ISBN-13: 9780310335610
Availability: In Stock

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In his trademark, award-winning journalistic style, author David Brody introduces Americans to the history, issues, and main players of the Teavangelical movement. Through powerful and engaging stories, The Teavangelicals reveals the scope and magnitude of the movement and how the people of the movement aim to restore the American Dream to its original glory.

Author Bio

David Brody is the Chief Political Correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network and his interviews with the top political figures in America can be seen nationwide on The 700 Club. Brody hosts a one-of-a-kind TV show called The Brody File, which features his interviews with top newsmakers and takes a deeper look into the intersection of faith and politics through a Christian worldview. Brody is a graduate of Ithaca College and lives in Rockville, Maryland with his lovely wife of 22 years and his three children. Visit:

David Brody's The Teavangelicals is part history book and part political science book. The 2012 elections are on the horizon, and with radical liberal segments in the government, the Tea Party Movement has sprung up to lasso Washington back to its Judeo/Christian foundation. Chief Political Correspondent for CBN News and host of "The Brody File," David Brody has penned the conservative Christian's guide to the Tea Party Movement.

Brody lays out the rudiments of the movement, including its organizational history, its leaders and key players, and the doctrinal stances it takes that are parallel to the beliefs of conservative Bible-believing Christians. Written much like his broadcast style (witty, peppy, fact-laden), The Teavangelicals is perfect for any individual who is a fan of Brady's show. For general readers, it presents a logical explanation of the agenda of the Tea Party, its past accomplishments, and its future goals. Gov. Mike Huckabee provides a guest foreword, and the book draws on quotes from other leading Tea Party advocates. - Leann Jordan Parker,

Publisher's Weekly

The chief political correspondent for Pat Robertson’s CBN News has written a breezy account of the relationship between the Tea Party movement and evangelical Christianity. This volume repeats the trite slogan that fiscal responsibility is a moral issue; hence Tea Party enthusiasts and evangelicals are a natural match. Libertarians and Ayn Rand aficionados who surely complicate this easy alliance are paid insufficient attention. The book lists key figures and organizations, offering brief summaries of each. In a rare concession, Brody writes that evangelicals “operate in a world of biblical absolutes” that is “colored in blacks and whites and not many shades of grey.” Yet for the most part, Brody champions the marriage as an inevitable progression, following the tradition of the Moral Majority and the Christian Coalition. There is little original reporting here. A more critical analysis awaits a future writer. (An estimated one-third of the book is missing from early review copies; missing chapters contain time-sensitive embargoed material.(July)2012 Reed Business Information

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