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A nation without a conscience

Author: Tim F LaHaye; Beverly LaHaye
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Tyndale House Publishers, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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It didn't happen overnight-but a slow, steady growth of secular influences have established a culture that our forefathers wouldn't recognize.We can point out the danger, the causes of the problem, and practical steps each of us can take to return decency justice.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim F LaHaye; Beverly LaHaye
ISBN: 0842350187 9780842350181 0842380906 9780842380904
OCLC Number: 30701814
Description: x, 285 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: America without a conscience --
Our conscience quieted : the most barbaric century in history --
Our conscience formed : the founding of America --
Our conscience seared : society's current condition --
Our conscience neglected : our families --
Our conscience denied : the secular state --
Our conscience silenced : public education --
Our conscience ravaged : Hollywood and the media --
Our conscience renewed : America's hope --
There is hope for America --
Our conscience : America's dream restored.
Responsibility: Tim & Beverly LaHaye.

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It didn't happen overnight-but a slow, steady growth of secular influences have established a culture that our forefathers wouldn't recognize.We can point out the danger, the causes of the problem, and practical steps each of us can take to return decency justice.

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