Item description for Mind Siege: A Study in Discerning the Times (Leadership Guide) by Tim LaHaye & David Noebel...
"New York Times" best-selling author Tim LaHaye and author David Noebel give a wake-up call for Christians to fight the tide of popular beliefs and win the battle for your mind. Two basic sources of reasoning determine the thoughts, ideas, beliefs, values, aims, morals, lifestyles, and activities of mankind-the wisdom of man and the wisdom of God. According to Tim LaHaye and David Noebel, life is mainly about the battle for your mind: whether you will live by man's wisdom, from the likes of Marx, Darwin, Freud, and Nietzsche, or God's wisdom and those who gave it, such as Moses, the prophets, Christ, and the apostles. Your choice will affect the way you live now and ultimately where you will spend eternity.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.2" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jul 8, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Edition Teacher's Guide
ISBN 1418532118 ISBN13 9781418532116
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More About Tim LaHaye & David Noebel
Tim LaHaye is a noted author, minister, and nationally recognized speaker on Bible prophecy. He is the founder and president of Tim LaHaye Ministries, and the cofounder of the Pre-Trib Research Center, established for the purpose of exposing ministers to Bible prophecy. He holds a doctor of ministry from Western Theological Seminary and a doctor of literature from Liberty University. A pastor for thirty-nine years, LaHaye has written more than fifty nonfiction books and co-authored the Left Behind, the most successful Christian fiction venture in publishing history, with Jerry Jenkins.
Jerry B. Jenkins, chairman of the board of trustees for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, is the author of more than 175 books. Dr. Jenkins's writing has appeared in Time, Reader's Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and dozens of Christian periodicals, and he is a contributing editor to Writer's Digest magazine. He owns Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company, as well as the Christian Writers Guild.
Tim LaHaye currently resides in the state of California. Tim LaHaye was born in 1926.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Mind Siege: A Study in Discerning the Times (Leadership Guide)?
Well worth the read. Oct 26, 2009
This book is eye opening. Quotes from the humanists own "bible" (Humanist Manifesto) show what they really stand for, and what they really plan to do with everything from your children's minds to your money. Authors demonstrate how even though humanists claim to be, their theories are unscientific. Exhaustive footnotes document how not only are their theories misleading, but they are just plain wrong.
Divided into four parts, The Conflict, The Situation, The Truth, and The Challenge; Mind Siege clearly outlines what pro-moral people need to know and to do to take back their country. This is a call for action with the information you need to act easily accessible.
The religious right's Mein Kamph Mar 23, 2009
In this book Tim LaHaye and his associate, David Noebel, have produced the religious right's American Mein Kampf. If one would substitute the word "Jew" in this book for the the word "humanist" it would be identical to Hitler's vicious hatred of the of the Jews as written in Mein Kampf. The authors tell the world that every evil known to man in America is caused by these horrible humanists. No exception. Bring on the gas chambers!
Mind Siege Hits the Nail on the Head! Jan 21, 2009
Mind Siege is a book that brings to light the constant struggle that is occuring in the world today. The struggle is the knowledge of good and evil. America has undoubtedly left behind its traditional Christian heritage and replaced it with what the author's call "secular humanism." Instead of allowing our nation to be proud of its past and relish where we have come from, our leaders today including the leftist media and other secular forces have replaced the God of our Fathers with Darwin and Freud. This book is a great tool for all Christians and Non-Christians to use because it helps to remind us that if we will not stand up for truth, then there will be a horrible price to pay in the future. If America is to remain the "shining city on a hill" as President Reagan so eloquently said, we must make sure never to leave our founding roots. We all need to remember that a building will crumble without a solid foundation. Nations in this aspect are no different. I highly recommend all to read this book and take it seriously!
"Fighting the fine fight of the faith", at least in LaHaye's view Dec 2, 2006
LaHaye is a fundamentalist, and his beliefs seep through every page of this nonfiction book. He does make valid points about secular humanism (I was surprised to learn that it holds the same tax exempt status as do mainline Christian churches) and moral relativism in American culture. However, his valid points drown in a sea of seemingly mindless Christian rhetoric.
Mr. LaHaye, take note of how Jesus Christ preached to the masses. He did not make cheap emotional appeals or call for his followers to take political action. He used simple logic and reasoning when teaching his followers. You could do the same.
the first UNBIASED review Jun 27, 2006
these reviews are funny. Looks like no middle ground, just a bunch of people wanting to prove they are right on either side with "yes, humanists are destroying our planet" and "no, LaHaye is a religious lunatic." I just finished the book. Yes, LaHay takes the issue to the extreme. He admits that the secular humanists are a very small part of society, but then says that they control everything. I think the enormous amount of research that went into this book gives it some validity, but not absolute authority. I think many valid concerns are addressed while many are also greatly exaggerated. I think the book is a great starting point on the issue, read it and take what you want from it. Every book of this nature is biased, thats kind of the point of trying to justify and confirm one side. Read the book and make your own decisions, there is always something to be learned, despite what the far right and the far left are littering the reviews with. If you are interested in the subject of Christianity and Secular Humanism, certainly pick this one up, and perhaps seek out other books from other sides of the discussion.