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Building God's Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstruction

by Julie J. Ingersoll

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An exploration into Christian reconstructionism and its profound influence on American Evangelicalism and political conservatism.

The author describes the viewpoints of Rushdoony, North, and other avid proponents of Christian Reconstructionism. She confesses throughout how few actually adhere to all its ideas but does well at showing how many of its tenets, including presuppositional apologetics, its brand of "Christian nation" theology, the attempt to render as Biblical truth the economic theories of the Austrian school, its view toward government, etc., has been taken up by many in Evangelicalism and has framed political debates in America.

An important if not scary book about the pernicious influence of such teaching and teachers.

**--galley received as part of early review program ( )
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