- By Barbara Victor

The Last Crusade: Religion and the Politics of Misdirection

  • Title: The Last Crusade: Religion and the Politics of Misdirection
  • Author: Barbara Victor
  • ISBN: 9781841199559
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Last Crusade Religion and the Politics of Misdirection There are million born again Christians of voting age in the United States including George W Bush Jesus Christ is a personal friend of every one of them They know that Jesus wants them to vote Re

    There are 80 million born again Christians of voting age in the United States, including George W Bush Jesus Christ is a personal friend of every one of them They know that Jesus wants them to vote Republican Since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, the Evangelical Christians have constituted one of the most powerful interest groups in the USA Their money and theiThere are 80 million born again Christians of voting age in the United States, including George W Bush Jesus Christ is a personal friend of every one of them They know that Jesus wants them to vote Republican Since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, the Evangelical Christians have constituted one of the most powerful interest groups in the USA Their money and their energy have helped to drive a socially conservative agenda to the centre of American national life They wield veto power over the Republican party s presidential candidates and decide the outcome of elections across vast areas of the political landscape And they have begun to play an important role in America s foreign policy Despite a history of robust anti Semitism, they have built a powerful alliance with the Israeli right From financial aid to Jewish settlements in the Occupied Territories to the religious rhetoric of the War on Terror, Evangelical leaders are creating a world fit for Apocalypse.

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