Is God on America's Side? : The Surprising Answer and How It Affects Our Future

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  • Edition: Original
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  • Copyright: 2009-01-01
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
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With typical wisdom and lucidity, Lutzer addresses a fundamental question: IsGod really on America's side? The reader is carefully led through seven vitalprinciples of a biblical understanding of judgment to find the answer.

Author Biography

Erwin W. Lutzer has served as senior pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago since 1980. He is a renowned theologian, conference speaker, and the award-winning author of more than twenty books.

Table of Contents

<P>Asking the Question: Is God on America's Side?<BR><BR>1. The First Principle<BR>God can both bless and curse a nation.<BR><BR>2. The Second Principle<BR>God judges nations based on the amount of light and opportunity they are given. <BR><BR>3. The Third Principle<BR>God sometimes uses exceedingly evil nations to judge those that are less evil. <BR><BR>4. The Fourth Principle<BR>When God judges a nation, the righteous suffer with the wicked.<BR><BR>5. The Fifth Principle<BR>In judgment, God target is often His people, not just the pagans among them.<BR><BR>6. The Sixth Principle<BR>In judgment, God's target is often His people, not just the pagans among them. <BR><BR>7. The Seventh Principle<BR>God sometime reverses intended judgments. <BR><BR>8. Whose Side Is God On?<BR><BR>9. Siding with God in Our National Life<BR><BR>10. Winning Even When We Lose<BR><BR>Notes</P>

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