Browse Reviews  ::  Be the People

Be the People

Be the People A Call to Reclaim America's Faith and Promise

By Carol Swain
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4 Stars

All Reviews

On 1/11 NewEnglandHiker wrote: From a poor, rural background to a university professor, Dr. Swain is an excellent example of the American dream. Her conservative views do not, however, fit what should be the stereotype she represents. The values on which the country were built have eroded, liberty is as oppressed as it was when ... Be the People (book review)

NewEnglandHiker's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/4 bobbyshirley wrote: "Does God still judge nations?" This is the underlying question posed in _Be The People_ by Carol Swain. This book tackles the issues of God's people and their responsibility of prayer. Swain's polarizing political views intrigued me. Though a tough read, this book causes people, not just believers, ... Tough Read, Great Thoughts

bobbyshirley's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/2 pfleeg wrote: I am sad to say I could not get into this book. I expected to read about the author's ideas and resolutions for taking back the country and rebuilding our once strong nation. Instead, in my opinion, her message was more along the lines of preaching and instilling fear. Although I've had this book ... Review of Be the People by Carol Swain

pfleeg's Rating:

1 Stars

On 8/18 Joseph Yates wrote: Carol Swain, Ph.D. writes of politics and culture in Be The People. So often in American political culture, Christians feel left out or alienated by accusations of being bigots and haters against gays. Doctor Swain writes this book in an attempt to get back the Christian political activity within the ... Be The People

Joseph's Rating:

2 Stars

On 7/19 Tracy Knapp wrote: Be The People is a great book about the Christian values that have been lost in America. Carol Swain describes how in this country, we are being educated away from the values that were the foundation of this country and how we can turn that around to strengthen our country and the people in it. The ... Book Review - Be The People

Tracy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/11 Taekwondo04 wrote: A highly engaging book, Carol Swain's Be the People offered a unique perspective to us as citizens of the United States. She takes the time to overview her perspective and the background from which she comes from, detailing her journey to today. Rather than avoiding the 'harder' topics, she engages them ... Be The People - Carol Swain

Taekwondo04's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/9 Cari Ray wrote: Dr. Swain’s approach, to speak directly without tiptoeing through he facts with political correctness, is refreshing. Her personal history allows her to stand her ground and withstand any claims of racism or bigotry. “The founders were certain that ‘piety and public virtue’ would help their new ... Honest American Values

Cari's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/22 Rhe Christine wrote: I gotta say, this was a fantastic book. It got me all riled up, and that's a good sign. It was a rare perspective from someone with her background. Because everything inside me would have guessed that she's the opposite. Now I know that might not be the most PC thing to say, but lets be real, I'm ... A wonderful book from a unique perspective

Rhe Christine's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/2 Ritsumei wrote: Be the People is broken into two parts: Part one lays out some of the threats to freedom, as well as some of the quiet losses of freedom we face in America today. Part two is a call to action in several different areas. I'd have to say that my feelings about the book are decidedly mixed. For much of ... Book Review: Be the People

Ritsumei's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/27 delbounce wrote: I’m almost certain that some reviewers are likely to miss the word FAITH in the title of BE THE PEOPLE: A Call to Reclaim America’s Faith & Promise. So in case you are one of those, this book does lean to Christian answers to and understanding of political problems. So much the better in my opinion. ... Carol Swain’s Be the People Shocked Me

delbounce's Rating:

5 Stars