Early America was saturated by the Bible. Our founding fathers referenced biblical principles in government documents, women named their babies after Bible characters, and children learned to read the Bible in school. But America has strayed from her biblical foundation.
Today America faces a great crisis: the Book that has played an integral role in developing and forming our nation is now the same Book that few read and even fewer understand. The lack of biblical literacy among Christians encourages Satan's attacks to weaken and inhibit an intimate relationship with our Savior. But there is hope.
Taking Back the Good Book explores America's apathetic-even hostile-attitude toward biblical principles. Kroll offers practical suggestions to help Christians foster a deep love and understanding of God's Word and develop a personal strategy to fuel their passion and understanding of the Bible.