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Tyndale House Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture

Armed with Scripture, Chuck Colson battles seven seemingly innocuous Lies That Go Unchallenged in Popular Culture - falsehoods like "Nobody has a monopoly on truth" or "Marriage isn't forever". Using concise examples of individual situations, Colson helps you understand the underlying motives of these untruths and shows how to respond to worldviews that appear credible but in reality are counterfeit. Insightful and practical, this book is ideal for group or individual study.
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Customer Reviews for Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture
Review 1 for Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture
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Group study book

Date:March 9, 2012
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Location:Northern Idaho
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This is an excellent book for group study. I bought it for to read and was unaware of the nature of it. However it was comprehensive and not time wasted. The author brings forth a lot of information and by presenting various sides of each subtopic illuminates the text. I found it well worth reading although, as I say, it is more of a group study publication than anything else.
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Review 2 for Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture
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Good Book

Date:September 21, 2011
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this will get read again and again. it will be put into my home library for future use
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Review 3 for Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture
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Will awaken you

Date:August 15, 2011
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Location:Northern Indiana
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The book will inform you of some of the causes of the down slide of the USA and the agenda of the ruling elite.
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Date:May 16, 2011
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The examples are many, but the reasoning behind why the beliefs are wrong is less developed that I expected. Many of the examples are of a disturbing sexual nature such that I've decided not to use the book as a family devotional, even though my kids are in their teens. This book will go on my shelf to wait for an appropriate audience and situation.
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Date:August 3, 2010
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Denise & William
Wow, this book is amazing and really hits the nail on the head concerning things that people blindly accept as being true. Would definitely recommend it to everyone.
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Review 6 for Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture
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Date:July 26, 2010
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Roger Marks
A must read book for those who want to engage the culture. As usual Charles Colson writes in his so readable style and the content is never boring. In short pithy comments, Charles equips us to answer those who are demanding that we put the tried and tested Christian worldview to one side and replace it with an untested one that seems to want to make all forms of death easy and without conscience. He addresses things like abortion, euthanasia, homosexuality, tolerance, weak governments, government by judges, feminism, marriage etc. He is not harsh and judgmental so one is not tempted to get angry, but he is straight down the line in insisting that the Christian worldview is the one that works and we should be bold in proclaiming it.
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Review 7 for Lies That Go Unchallenged: in Popular Culture
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Date:October 20, 2006
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allan peralta
It is a powerful book. Thank you for exposing these lies. To my fellow pastors, this will revolutionize our preaching of truth.
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