Another Very Interesting Book

I read another very interesting book today:  America – To Pray? or Not To Pray?  By David Barton.  Whether you agree with what David Barton reveals in this very interesting and somewhat shocking book, it’s worth the read.    The basic idea of the book is what happened (and is still happening) in America when religious principles were separated from public affairs.  It is a Christian book that uses a boatload of government statistics from the Center for Disease Control, the US Department of Justice – FBI, The Department of Health and Human Services, the Census Bureau, and from the College Entrance Exam Board, etc.   I was amazed by the trends revealed in this book.  It also reveals the Christian heritage that made our country and leader in so many areas in the past.  One of the most interesting ideas presented in the book is that there is a direct correlation between the removal of prayer in public schools in 1962 and the immediate and rapid decline of SAT scores since that time.   Again – it’s a very interesting read.

About bjrutledge

BJ & Janet were married in July 1977 They have three grown children who are all married: Jeremy & Whitney Rutledge, Chris & Julie Hurst, and Josh and Hannah Rutledge. They also have five grandsons, and a granddaughter. BJ says perhaps our greatest legacy is even though our kids are PK's, they love Jesus and are all involved in ministry in the local church. BJ has served at churches in Dallas - Bossier City, LA - Houston - and was at Fellowship of the Woodlands (Woodlands Church) in The Woodlands before coming to Grace Fellowship. BJ is the Legacy Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Paradise, TX.
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