Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
In this season of
presidential politics, Americans face a confusing array of voices
on issues ranging from Islamic terror, to homosexual "marriage," to
embryonic stem cell research, to the role of religion in public
policy. Into this confusion comes a breakthrough book of stunning
clarity, insight, and reach - Truth: Liberating Christianity
from Its Cultural Captivity. Written by best-selling author
Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth gives analytical tools to uncover
the strategies used by secularists and liberals to exclude
religious conservatives from the public arena. Now, just weeks
before the November election, learn how to challenge the strategies
of the spinmeisters and political operatives, and to decode the
campaign rhetoric that drives the daily political combat. Total
Truth is a "manifesto" for getting past the cultural
gatekeepers, Pearcey explained in a Washington Times
interview. And Human Events calls the book "a rousing call
to action for Christians to wage the culture war."
"Total Truth is a unique combination of apologetics,
worldview analysis, social commentary, and instruction manual.
Pearcey's knowledge, insight, and faith place her among the top
handful of relevant Christian thinkers of our
- David Limbaugh, columnist, author,
"A book of unusual importance by an author of unusual ability.
Nancy Pearcey is an author who is greatly respected by all who know
- Phillip E. Johnson, Emeritus Professor of Law,
Nancy Randolph Pearceyis the
Francis A. Schaeffer Scholar at the World Journalism Institute. She
has lectured to Congressional groups on Capitol Hill, screenwriters
in Hollywood, scientists in Los Alamos, and at major universities
such as Princeton, Dartmouth, UCS, and UC Santa Barbara. Pearcey is
Scholar at the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University and a
Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute.
Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow
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