For God or for Tyranny: When Nations Deny God's Natural Law (Hardcover)
By Walid Shoebat and Theodore Shoebat
This book picks up where the bestseller "Liberty and Tyranny" left off, a Judeo-Christian polemic on why God is vital in the equation for freedom for America and humanity.
Bestselling author Walid Shoebat and son Ted Shoebat, only age 18 at the time of publication, have written an extraordinary book on the anti-God ideologies and compare them to countries who base their laws on Judeo-Christian principles.
As America and many Western nations seem to desire to move away from their Judeo-Christian foundations and embrace multiculturalism, this book gives all the answers to dispel all the anti-God myths and equip people to stand for their Judeo-Christian heritage.
About the Author
Walid Shoebat is an author and speaker, a convert to Christianity from Islam and a former PLO member and terrorist. Born in Bethlehem to a Palestinian Arab father and an American mother, he was sent to the United States to attend college in Chicago, where he was recruited for jihad by the Islamic Association of Palestine, the forerunner of Hamas.
He has spoken in many countries including Chile, Mexico, Canada, the UK and South Africa. He has also appeared on national and international television, including CNN, CNN International, FOX News, ITN, RTE, NBC, CBS, ABC and BBC Radio 4 and 5. Shoebat’s books include “God’s War on Terror” (with Joel Richardson), “For God or for Tyranny” (with his son Theodore Shoebat) and “End Times Today,” a video teaching series.
Page Count: 371 pages
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