Item description for One Nation Under God by Cynthia Dunbar...
Overview As the foundational truths that made this nation great are being eroded. America is in danger from elements within and outside her borders who want to undermine the principles, beliefs and core truths upon which she was founded. This book arms readers with information to speak out with conviction.
America is in danger from elements within and outside her borders that want to undermine the principles, beliefs, and core truths upon which she was founded. Political pundits, liberals, and social interest groups are trying to skew our constitutional ground rules. We need a compass to guide us back to the path of destiny and greatness. America needs people who know the truth, speak the truth, and stand for the truth. Unfortunately, many of us are simply not aware of the clear constitutional and biblical principles that initiated and governed the course of this union. So we sit quietly and idly by as our liberties and freedoms are removed one by one. It's time to be armed with the information that will help us stand and speak out with conviction. This book was written to help you do just that
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Studio: HigherLife Development Services, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher HigherLife Development Services, Inc.
ISBN 0979322723 ISBN13 9780979322723 UPC 788200350452
Reviews - What do customers think about One Nation Under God?
You have got to be kidding May 19, 2010
I couldn't get through the introduction - do people really believe this drivel? How can supposedly rational human beings carry on like this and jeopardize the future of the children of this Great Nation? How could the people of Texas entrust the intellectual well-being of their children to kooks like this? If these are the kind of people and beliefs that populate Texas, then I have only one thing to add: People of Texas - PLEASE SECEDE!
This book stirs the pot. Oct 13, 2009
Let me start by saying that I am a licensed attorney, I have five earned degrees (four of them at the graduate level) and I happen to be a Christian; although I doubt my faith expression is identical to the practice of Cynthia Dunbar. From reading the other reviews about Ms. Dunbar's book, I must have missed something. I thought for sure the book quoted her as saying the book was addressed to the "church." As I recall, the Founders would not have been shocked to read many of the things this lady has written. Most of them belonged to their respective state churches. Yes, in the United States of America until the early 1800s many of the states had state, owned and controlled churches. Even after the Constitution and the Bill of Rights were approved... some US States continued to have state paid clergy. The US Congress has paid clergy to this day (2009). So clearly there is a general misunderstanding about the Establishment Clause (what many wrongly refer to as the separation of church and state - a phrase that appears in a private letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Virginia Baptists). I was amused by some reviewers who seemed to be saying that since she is religious and advocates a religious viewpoint she is not qualified to be on the Texas State School Board. Now, I didn't vote for Ms. Dunbar. I could not have voted for her, but I certainly would not have withheld my vote because she held a religious viewpoint, zealous or otherwise. For whatever you believe about what she has written in her book, it feels like Ms. Dunbar has hit the nail right on the head of the current war that so divides America. As a member of the "church," and therefore the intended audience for this book, I recommend it to those who are interested in such a perspective. I found it to be well written, convicting, and thought provoking.
A BOOK FOR OUR TIME Aug 10, 2009
Book Review by Donna Garner, 8.10.09
ONE NATION UNDER GOD by Cynthia Noland Dunbar, Esq. (c. 2008) ISBN: 978-0-9793227-2-3
Cynthia Dunbar does not mince words. As a Constitutional lawyer for over 17 years, she puts the current godlessness and moral decay of our country right squarely on the shoulders of what she terms the "Righteous Right." Dunbar explains that they hold the "keys of control over the direction of our nation."
Dunbar takes the reader back to the documents upon which our nation was founded and explains that social justice in our country is supposed to be based upon four jurisdictions: civil, ecclesiastical, familial, and personal. It is when the four jurisdictions infringe upon one another that damaging legal precedents are set.
The author skillfully explains that America is not a pure democracy but is a democratic republic. "...our Constitution grants to society great latitude in allowing for input into our representative form of government, but only to the extent that the Constitution is upheld."
Dunbar closes with an admonition that the church must become the Watchman on the Wall instead of being fearful, apathetic, self-absorbed, lethargic, and distracted.
Dunbar fittingly closes with a memorable quote from Edmund Burke: "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."
I found Dunbar's book to be chock full of stirring statements - so many that I found myself highlighting almost every word. Cynthia Dunbar has written a very memorable book that contains substance rather than just empty language.
Very educational Aug 6, 2009
It is interesting to read the negative reviews of this book as it is very enlightening of where their minds are. This book is a fast read and very informative. While I may not agree with everything in this book I found it definitely a must-read if you want to know more about the "founding" of this great country. Those who would deride this book would probably also think those who risked their lives to settle this country and risk everything for freedom would be classified as "right-wing extremists". Today our Founding Fathers would be treated as nuts and wackos. The path to truth is a narrow path. Few will find it and even fewer will walk that path.
A cry for help Jul 27, 2009
This woman is suffering terribly. She should not be ridiculed.She is irrational and frightened.She needs help in the worst way, not anger. If you cannot see that these are the pronouncements of an intelligent, but incredibly delusional personality, then you are kidding yourself. If someone does not guide this woman into therapy, it will be a tragedy for her and perhaps for others around her.