May 052011
 

[By Nick]

The Fight of Our Lives, written by Dr. William J. Bennet and Seth Leibsohn, is a book that everyone in America needs to read. It calls Americans to remember that what we are fighting is radical Islam, something we’ve allowed ourselves to forget.

Bennet and Leibsohn cite numerous examples of how we have blinded ourselves to what we’re fighting, despite the fact that every terrorist blows himself up screaming ‘Allahu Akbar!’ They mention the difficulty of finishing the book, since new attacks and evidences of our willful blindness kept occurring while they were writing.

However, none of this is what makes this book vital. The best thing about this book is the lack of bigotry. You could easily expect that a book describing how we need to realize that what we’re fighting is radical Islam would be full of anti-Muslim sentiments and bigotry. It isn’t. William Bennet and Seth Leibsohn present clear pictures of the problem and solution, without a trace of misplaced anger.

To sum up, you need this book. Yes, you. And you. Everyone in America, or anywhere else, really, will benefit from reading it.

I received this product free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze book review bloggers program; I was not compensated in any other way for this review. This review has not been approved or edited by anyone.
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  2 Responses to “Book Review: The Fight of Our Lives”

  1. I received The George Washington Carver DVD that I was fortunate to win. I wanted to express my appreciation and to inform you that I am excited to watch it.

    Many thanks

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