Christianity Is Under Attack, but Here’s Help Against Cancel Culture by CHARISMA HOUSE
Stephen E. Strang, an award-winning journalist and the founder of Charisma Media, has just released his new book, God and Cancel Culture: Stand Strong Before It’s Too Late. And not a moment too soon.
Strang, a widely read author and Christian businessman who authored God and Donald Trump among other books, reveals that legislation that discriminates against Christians is right now underway. He notes that while many people were hoping Christians would be able to ride out the storm, today’s cancel culture is unfortunately hitting everyone, including the most devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Explains Strang, “The term ‘cancel culture’ applies to conservatives who oppose the politically correct crowd, but it is part of a bigger effort to cancel Christianity and those who espouse biblical principles. Christians are in an unprecedented season of fragmentation, political division, and actual separation on many fronts.”
Strang also makes this point: “The body of Christ is a big, diverse family, and we must choose to cheer one another on, rather than allow ourselves to be divided. My book will help Christians realize the seriousness of the battle before us and illuminate the present circumstance for the purpose of doing good—to bring hope.”
Strang adds, “Retreat is the one thing we must not do. Christians must not lose heart. We must stand strong and not be intimidated. We must pray—and we must believe God for a great awakening.”
In the author’s clear, authoritative style, God and Cancel Culture features compelling interviews with an array of prominent leaders and does the following:
— Documents what is happening in the country right now.
— Shares how believers can respond.
— Explains why Christians can look to the future with hope.
— Helps readers understand that no matter how bad things seem—God always comes through.
Strang says, “We need to understand that what we’re dealing with today is far more sinister than just ‘liberal’ versus ‘conservative.’ We’re seeing the emergence of a uniquely American form of communism: at best, frightening, at worst, murderous—to biblical values, to our way of life, and to individuals it deems ‘less than.'”