Please be aware of this dangerous author and warn your contacts, friends and even fellow parishioners to think more than twice before encouraging their children to read such literature as if it helped the world to be a world without hate and violence. We don't need any more empire-promoting literature or films! Joel Rosenberg has written a series of novels which sound incredibly inflaming of violence, war, hate and prejudice.
We shouldn't need much more than to know that he worked for Rush Limbaugh as a research assistant and yet thousands of people in all kinds of places sound fooled indeed.
Look into his works and interviews for yourself and warn your contacts, friends and family that
this is NOT the kind of spirituality and peace Jesus taught nor are his cardboard characterizations anything like what we want our children to know of their counterparts in other lands.
“Rosenberg nails it—a provocative political thriller that reads like a major Hollywood blockbuster. . . . The Last Jihad absolutely crackles with high energy and a chilling premise – what if the war on terror goes nuclear?”
RUSH LIMBAUGH, NEW YORK TIMESBEST-SELLING AUTHOR
SEAN HANNITY, RADIO HOST AND #1 NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
VINCE FLYNN, NEW YORK TIMESBEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF CONSENT TO KILL
You can assess much more for yourself just by taking a look on recent blogs featured at this author's site: http://flashtrafficblog.wordpress.com/
For one interview with a young person go http://www.titletrakk.com/author-interviews/joel-rosenberg-interview.htm
What kind of Christianity is this that doesn't even give Christ credit for his teachings on peace -- including in Matthew 5's Sermon on the Mount and his teachings to Peter that those who live by the sword with die by the same? How is Rosenberg seeking to understand other folk of other lands?
What kind of people are we when we help enflame the desire in our young to join our nation's
military in order to crusade against innocent people of all ages abroad?
How often do we teach the bloody crusades in our churches and sunday schools as examples of what we DON'T ever want to repeat again?
What kind of legacy are we leaving behind?
This kind of Christianity is not for me!
What if a few peace-loving Texan followers of Christ or another faith came to this event and peacefully offered another way to those in the book-signing line: "Implosion with Joel Rosenberg -- at Houston's First Baptist Church a Saturday mid-June? A way of peace? A way toward a world