This fast paced and well documented analysis of the government's steady march away from God will either thrill or anger you - depending on your worldview. For those of us who acknowledge the Creator of the Universe as our God, Savior, and Lord, this document tends to stir up both the sadness at the exponential slippage from our foundations as a Country, and a challenge to stand strongly and openly against the growing intensity of those who would remove "religion" from America. The "nations rage" sometimes and "imagine a vain thing," but "he who sits in the heavens shall laugh."Mr. Frater has done a wonderful job of tracing the Humanist movement from its early inception and its subtle and damaging impact on our nation over the decades. All serious students of history and those of Kingdom concern should avail themselves of his work.Henry M. Morris IIIChief Executive OfficerInstitute for Creation ResearchGeorge Frater, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ed.S., retired Quality Assurance/Quality Control Coordinator, Air Monitoring Department, Environmental Protection Commission, Hillsborough County, Florida.Education: Wisconsin State, B.S./Agriculture, Biology and Chemistry minors; Iowa State, M.S./Poultry Nutrition; and Vanderbilt, M.A. and Ed.S., Biology. Taught science in Brandon High School in Hillsborough County, and in Pillsbury Baptist Bible College, Minnesota.Ran the Cancer Research Center Tissue Culture Lab at Vanderbilt Hospital, Nashville.Served: Bible-Science Association on the National Board of Directors.B-SA Middle Tennessee Chapter as President.Floridians for the Accurate, Complete Teaching of Science as President.Current membership: Creation Research Society, an organization of scientists.Creation Studies Institute, contributing writer.Frater became alarmed at the number of Christian students lured into believing the Humanistic teaching in public schools and decided to arm them with facts from the past that would help them remain steadfast in their faith.