Unless a person has a love for …

“Unless a person has a love for and commitment to God, then believing in God does little good. The Bible says even the demons believe. It is a love for God that causes people to serve and obey Him. In fact, the Bible is clear that if you claim to love God but don’t keep His commandments, then you really don’t love God. In the end, on judgment, simply believing that the God of Bible does exist will not be good enough.”

– from p.174 of “One Nation Under Man?” by Brannon Howse.

we need to acknowledge that the battle raging …

“we need to acknowledge that the battle raging in America between radical liberals and traditional conservatives is a battle between two opposing religious worldviews. It also follows that the intent of humanists is to replace America’s Christian worldview founding and heritage with that of their religion, humanism.
Humanistic liberals will not admit that, but the facts remain. And because there are some well-meaning liberals, it is possible many liberals don’t even realize their philosophy, ideology, and worldview has been built on a humanistic foundation.”

– from p.174 of “One Nation Under Man?” by Brannon Howse.

With every court ruling that infringes on Americans’ God-given rights ..

“With every court ruling that infringes on Americans’ God-given rights, our nation’s pulse drops, breathing slows, and death draws nearer for Lady Liberty.
But then, the death of a nation is nothing new. History is littered with once good and great peoples that have seen their day. And there is one common theme about the demise of each. Each one rejected its core principles: the values and worldview that once made them great.”

– from book “One Nation Under Man?” by Brannon Howse.

A Christian worldview that …

“A Christian worldview that acknowledges good and evil, right and wrong, and rejects our culture’s worship at the new altar of tolerance, political correctness, moral relativism, and the New Age that says “all ways lead to God” will make waves.”

– from p.57,58 of “One Nation Under Man?” by Brannon Howse.