Michael S. Martin
It is impossible to do justice to this outstanding book in a few lines. The author has done much research and produced a thoroughly helpful and informative treatise on the Christian’s relationship to the state, answering questions such as: how does God influence nations? Was early America a Christian nation? Was America more righteous in the 1600s-1800s than it is today? How should Christians relate to unrighteous government officials, to unrighteous laws, to other cultures, or to religious calls to political action? This insightful book is sure to provoke much thought, prayer, and looking into the Scriptures. Highly recommended!