The Christian Prince
The Christian Prince is the first Christian refutation of Machiavelli's The Prince in 500 years. The contrast between the non-Christian worldview of Machiavelli, and the Christian worldview presented in The Christian Prince should be of special interest to voters in the buildup to the 2008 Presidential election. The Christian Prince ? explains how we can put "civil" back into civil government, and how America can once again attract others-focused statesmen to serve as our representatives, instead of the self-centered politicians with whom we are so familiar. ? exposes and contrasts the failing ideas of man with the divinely guaranteed-to-succeed ideas of our Lord, Savior and King, Jesus Christ. ? contrasts each of 10 specific principles of Machiavelli's The Prince, with a boxed area entitled "Is It Machiavellian, or Christian?" These succinct and clear contrasts show that Machiavelli's principles limit personal liberty, while God's principles expand personal liberty. ? The "Legislative Building Blocks" page at the end of each chapter provides a quick review of specific biblical principles that civil rulers can incorporate into their decision-making process. ? The content is arranged under five headings: -- What is "Government?" -- The Citizens Role -- Living Large (with a Christian worldview) -- Can Culture Be Changed? -- Becoming The Change We Seek
Specifications of The Christian Prince
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