Hunter Baker is one of the sharpest thinkers in contemporary American Christianity. His new book, The End of Secularism, will provoke the same kind of conversation ignited by Richard John Neuhaus's The Naked Public Square several years ago. You'll want to get this volume. Read this book slowly, with a highlighter and a pen in hand, as you think alongside Hunter about questions ranging from whether the Ten Commandments ought to hang in your local courthouse to whether there's a future at all for public Christianity.
Baker serves as a professor of political science at Houston Baptist University, and writes frequently for the American Spectator and other publications.The book is published by Crossway, and is available now.
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