Can Saul Alinsky Be Saved?

Jesus Christ in the Obama and Post-Obama Era

By Richard William Bledsoe

Can Saul Alinsky Be Saved?

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  • Publication Date: 12/18/2014
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Can Saul Alinsky Be Saved?

Jesus Christ in the Obama and Post-Obama Era

By Richard William Bledsoe

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  • ISBN: 9781625647887
  • Pages: 158
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Revolutionary France of 1789 was the world's first post-Christian society. Leftism is an ersatz religion, and France became the world's first Leftist nation. Leftism is faux Christianity. America is today becoming a post-Christian society under a similar imitation of Christianity. One of the truisms of such a society is that one can now hide behind the pretense of "openness." Shame, which would have previously kept certain things hidden, is now the only thing of which we are ashamed. One can be completely open about all matters sexual, for frankness about everything is now valued. Yet, such cultures only develop new ways of being hidden.
One hides in plain sight in modern America. One goes on television, the Internet, and to publishing houses to "tell all," using the facade of "boldness" and "frankness," to remain hidden. "Openness" is a cover, and it is a cover for emptiness. We no longer know who, where, or what we are. We have lost ourselves.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"Bledsoe understands where modern people are, and he begins right there with them, drawing them gently along to the point where they must recognize that their modern assumptions lead to chaos. His writing is always interesting, stimulating, allusive. His illustrations and analogies are strikingly accurate. The book would be a great one to share with sophisticated friends who have no respect for Christ and the gospel. And it is a reassurance to us believers who need to confront regularly the unbelief within our belief."
--John Frame, Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL

"In this remarkable book, Rich Bledsoe brings together profound insights developed from his years as a pastor, counselor, hospital chaplain, metropolitan missionary, and seminary professor. Bledsoe's remarkable awareness of the death-depths of modern society have benefited my life and thinking for over thirty years. I cannot recommend exposure to this book too highly."
--James B. Jordan, Director, Biblical Horizons Ministries, Birmingham, AL

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Richard William Bledsoe

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Richard Bledsoe served as a hospital chaplain and pastored Tree of Life Presbyterian Church in Boulder, CO for twenty years. He currently works as a metropolitan missionary inside of Boulder and other cities.

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