There is a review of Elgin Husbheck’s book Christianity and Secularism on the Mild-Mannered Musings blog. While this review does take considerable exception to a number of things in the book, on the positive side he notes:
On the whole, I must give this book a negative review. I would be remiss, however, if I didn’t note that Hushbeck’s style is very approachable and conversational, that he could have been a lot more radically wrong than he actually was, that there are some very interesting anecdotes related in the book (eg. 48-9), that there are occasional glimmers of hope (as when he says there is no such thing as a Christian nation; 181), and that the book is really a breeze to read. Pick up Christianity and Secularism if you’re looking for an intelligent conservative Christian manifesto against the anti-Christian forces thought to be pervasively at work in our society.
Things could be much worse than that!
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