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|Title: American Amnesia: Is America Paying the Price for Forgetting God, the Source of Our Liberty?|
By: Jerry Newcombe
Number of Pages: 375
Vendor: Nordskog Publishing
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 X 1.1 (inches)|
Weight: 2 pounds
Stock No: WW497994
American Amnesia is a collection of essays written in the last several years by author, radio and television host, and TV producer Jerry Newcombe, D.Min., focusing on God and government, on the American experiment, current society, and church and state matters. Newcombe possesses two unique resources, one material and one a special gift. Through his many interviews, he has garnered a unique and valuable collection of first-hand quotes from many prominent leaders of our day. Then, with skills honed in his longtime media and publishing work with Dr. D. James Kennedy Ministries, Dr. Newcombe sheds a bright light on our current events by drawing us consistently back to the basic principles of America's founding. From his study of original source documents, he brings an almost unparalleled knowledge of early America. With his help, we can see our moment of history unfolding through the lens of Biblical truth.
Standing against forces intending to undermine God's plan for humanity in society, American Amnesia is the antidote for a nation's forgetfulness.
Joseph Farah, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, WND.com, WND Books, WND Films
What happens when a nation forgets about God? We can see that in history, and we are seeing it here in America. Jerry Newcombe brings together a collection of his columns that remind us of our history and focus on our current political debates. And a key element has been the attack on religious liberty in general and attacks on Christianity in particular. American Amnesia reminds us of the heavy price we pay when we forget about God.
Kerby Anderson, President, Probe Ministries; Host, Point of View radio talk show
One well-accepted truism is that ideas have consequences. True also is that those ideas are culturally-codified by the choices we make. Said another way: Ideas have little consequence until you act upon them. This reality is exemplified by the rise, and some say the ongoing decline, of Western Civilization, based upon its initial embrace and subsequent rejection of absolute truth.
In antiquity, Procurator Pontius Pilate responded to Christs claim of having come to testify to the truth with the now-clichéd response: What is truth? In our day, such rhetorical argumentation has been replaced by the very real and deadly consequences of denying that truth.
It is this latter-day reality that Dr. Jerry Newcombe explores in a powerful series of essays titled American Amnesia. In them, Newcombes trenchant analysis helps us make important connections between the active rejection of Gods truth and a culture that seems to be on moral life support. In doing so, Newcombe proves the Churchillian axiom: The farther you look back, the farther forward you can see.
Frank Wright, Ph.D., President & CEO, D. James Kennedy Ministries
You cant have a nation built on freedom and personal responsibility without heavens core principles and a rule of law. The Biblical worldview is where we were founded as a nation and where we should return to as a nation. I am pleased to recommend Dr. Jerry Newcombes new book, American Amnesia because he speaks the truth in love.
Star Parker, Syndicated Columnist & President of CURE
Newcombe writes to the heart, both the heart of the issue hes addressing and, more importantly, right to the heart of the reader. A great asset for getting things straight from a Biblical worldview in all issues addressing the increasing misconstructions of our current culture. Highly recommended!
Dr. Carole Adams
Founder and Board Member, Stone Bridge School; President, Foundation for American Christian Education, Chesapeake, Virginia
Jerry Newcombe is one of the foremost Christian commentators on American culture and government today. His modern insights are uniquely combined with his knowledge and understanding of Americas history, making his commentaries especially important reading for anyone who wants to keep our nation free and prosperous. As Benjamin Franklin once told a Philadelphia matron, our Founders established a free republic. Keeping that republic free is our challenge as Americans today, and Newcombe has an important and unique understanding of that challenge. This book should be required reading for all politicians and for any citizens interested in keeping America true to the values and goals on which our nation was founded.
David Gibbs III, President and General Counsel, National Center for Life and Liberty