Item description for Sinful Silence: WHEN CHRISTIANS NEGLECT THEIR CIVIC DUTY by Ken Connor & John Revell...
Overview The authors present biblical principles that will remove any doubt as to God's heart on the issue of civil involvement. The goal is not the success of any party or candidate, but rather the application of salt and light in a dark and decaying society.
Publishers Description The message in this book is likely to offend and hopefully convict, members of both major political parties.
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Ken Connor was the longest-serving member of the elite British Special Air Service (SAS). His book, Ghost Force: The Secret History of the SAS, was published to acclaim in Britain. He lives in Britain.
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will appeal to the masses Aug 13, 2004
The book was extremely simple to read. I won't say boring. However, it was difficult to plod through it. The concept that absence of political activism in one's life can keep God from hearing our prayers or blessing our ministries is one that I am unfamiliar with and have trouble reinforcing biblically as it is presented in the book. The authors do refer to Biblical references. However, their interpretations are just that - interpretations. I am not a political activist and God has worked wonders in my life. It appears to me that many Biblical figures were blessed without this requirement as well. Unfortunately the list of individuals endorsing the book immediately exposes the slant of the authors. Because of the strong endorsements,I expected to find many other writings by the authors. Surprisingly, I wasn't able to.
Must Read for All Christians... Aug 11, 2004
"Sinful Silence" is not only easy to read, but it makes a compelling case for why all Christians have a duty to be involved in the political process. The book doesn't try to force Christians to vote for one party over another, it merely makes all of us realize that voting and being involved citizens is a duty the Bible has given us. This book is great read, and in addition to reading it yourself, I recommend giving a copy to your pastor.