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I'm currently reading "The Power Worshippers" by Katherine Stewart. Is anyone else reading this? Seems like a great non-fiction book to discuss here with its meaty contents. I'm only a few hours into it, but I've just got to share that this book is likely of great interest to a lot of folks here, in the U.S. anyway.

It answers a lot of questions I had like how can so many Christian folks see Trump as a savior, when he's about the least Christian politician I've ever seen.

If you didn't see Christian Nationalism as much of a threat to our democracy, read this book, which might really open your eyes. Yes, it's also on Audible, besides in print. Wow. Now back to reading...


Julie808 8 Mar 15
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Thanks , some of the ultra religious I know wear BLINDERS when it comes to politics-they believe religion is so powerful that ANY dissent
from the churches doctrine should be met with
fire & brimstone. Common sense & human dignity DO NOT enter into thier equations

BBJong Level 7 Mar 21, 2021

The 2020 elections may have ended another Great Awakening.

If Donald Trump had been as driven as Italy’s Benito Mussolini and Germany’s Adolf Hitler, he and the xian nationalists might have succeeded

yvilletom Level 8 Mar 15, 2021

Thanks, I've been looking for a book to help me get inside the Trump-supporting Christian's brain.

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Posted by Julie808I'm currently reading "The Power Worshippers" by Katherine Stewart. Is anyone else reading this?

Posted by HannaYouI might be a bit late to the party, but for those who like Scandinavian crime thrillers (or any type of mystery/crime books), have you read Jo Nesbo's Harry Hole series?

Posted by HannaYouStephen Fry- Mythos I'm ashamed to say that I never knew much about Greek mythology until now.

Posted by HannaYouI've just finished this book and I cannot begin to describe the amount of respect and admiration I have for the author, Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

Posted by HagesHave any of you read this?

Posted by IamNobodyWell certainly took my my defense, it's 969 pages and I have other things going on as well. Anyhow, two down three more to go...

Posted by IamNobodyOne down, four more to go.

Posted by GaryWayneI do hope this group will not mind an author sharing with you a new fantasy series.

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Posted by IamNobodyTook me a while but it was time well spent and a hell of a tour de force. Mr Isaacson delivers (Now third in my collection). It's on my shelf of completed and favorite now. Highly recommendable.

Posted by IamNobodySunday read with Maps app to see where each location is placed on the map, nice large coffe while it is still snowing.

Posted by IamNobodyI didn't notice it is a novel otherwise I wouldn't have bought it.

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