The Myth of Secularism

The Myth of Secularism : Why There's No Such Thing as a Non-Religious Human Being

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Sometimes witty, sometimes gritty, Phil Troyer is a prophet for our times. In The Myth of Secularism he exposes the lies that fool you into believing that removing the Ten Commandments from a courtroom removes religion from the government. You will find out how, in the guise of non-religion, the Trojan Horse of Secularism has come rolling through the gates into many areas of our government, media, and education. Not shying away from controversy, this book reveals how the new gay marriage laws represent a change in the religious foundation of our laws. Does it bother you when people scream "discrimination" over every perceived injustice? Find out how all laws discriminate against someone's beliefs. Do you think that by sending your children to a public school, you are sending them to a non-religious school? Think again! Who or what do you worship? Since everybody worships something, this book will help you examine what's on the innermost throne of your heart. This book shatters the myth that somehow a person's religion can be separated from the laws he writes, the news he broadcasts, the school he goes to, or even the music he listens to. After reading this book you will understand from a Biblical worldview why there's no such thing as a non-religious human being.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 286 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 18.29mm | 498.95g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508597642
  • 9781508597643

About Philip L Troyer

Phil Troyer was born in Japan of missionary parents. He spent 14 years serving as a missionary in Quito, Ecuador, South America. In addition to serving with HCJB World Radio (now Reach Beyond) as a technical missionary, Phil worked alongside local pastors and helped found two Evangelical churches in the suburbs of Quito. During his times of home missionary service in the U.S., Phil spoke in many churches, small groups, and missions conferences. Since returning from missionary service, Phil has led small groups in his church and occasionally preached. He taught a Biblical worldview course entitled Thinking Like A Christian, and was the church leader for The Truth Project-a Biblical worldview course from Focus on the Family. He also taught a course in Biblical Economics. Phil has ongoing interests in Bible prophecy, Middle East studies, economics, and Biblical worldview studies. Phil and his wife Jan currently reside in Lincoln, Delaware. You may contact Phil by email at: mythofsecularism@gmail.comshow more

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