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The Threat from Within: Denial of Truth
by Timothy P. Buchanan   

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Copyright:  Oct 1 2000

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How we respond to national tragedy determines our collective future. The Threat from Within: Denial of Truth illustrates that our most pervasive and ominous national threat is not terrorism. Find out what you can do to protect yourself, your children, and America's future from this growing danger.

America is a nation in denial of the financial and human costs of forsaking the truth. The Threat from Within: Denial of Truth exposes the subtle lies that prevent us from solving real cultural problems by keeping us focused on their symptoms. Our decision to combat this growing danger is not optional. The battle must be waged and won. It will not be easy. But the rewards will be personal and cultural renewal for decades to come.  

If there is no truth, then there can be no justice and our courts are a sham. If there is no truth, then there is no fundamental basis for this nation because there is no self-evident truth that all men are created equal. If there is no truth, then there is no right or wrong behavior whatsoever--there is no moral authority and there are no human "rights." If there is no truth, then there is no purpose to human life. If there is no truth, there is no hope.

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Dr. D. James Kennedy, PhD
Timothy's testimony will be an inspiration to the many who are wandering in a sincere search for the truth. Too often, they are looking in the wrong direction--but this guidebook to recognition of the fact of denial is bound to impact many who read it.

Chuck Colson
I am impressed that Timothy has so astutely discerned the reality of our culture's lack of defining truth. Most people do not understand that the basic problem is epistemological. When people talk about truth, they can't identify it; and they don't know how to know it. They wouldn't even be able to defend the fact that it is knowable. What has happened is that truth has become a word without any real meaning, and usually the debates happen exactly as Timothy points out. It's simple people debating moral and political questions, calling them truth. This is the key issue that I have been telling college presidents and others.

Kathy Hoffmaster, Family Research Council
Thank you Mr. Buchanan, for the hard work you are doing to educate Americans and encourage us to hold true to our values and be bold enough to voice them in the public square.

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Reader Reviews for "The Threat from Within: Denial of Truth"

Reviewed by Agatha Egbuziem 8/18/2015
Thank you for the write-up because this has already change my mindset of certain issues, indeed the truth heals a wound.
Reviewed by Donna Maris 7/22/2015
Thank you for writing this book. It illuminates truth for those of us, unknowing that we are in the DARK..and darkness cloaks good and bad, so that you are confused and cannot tell truth from someone's campaign of self rightousness, under the banner of being " politically correct". Since when did all Americans become educated, so Spin Doctors could label us all " politically correct? Was the VietNam war Politically correct? Were not there protests and angry demonstrations that changed political views? If you ask me-Americans are NOT SMART enough yet- we are NOT ANGRY enough yet. We are blinded and distracted by liberal innuendo. The moral fibers, along with the American Creed, this country was built upon- has been eroding. The Political winds blowing in D.C. are enabling dark voices, and giving up control. Americans need to wake up and realize there are dangerous compromises being made by Politicians and within the U.N.. Watch for the Pope to introduce Agenda 21 when he addresses the U.N.. Then watch him step down- and be replaced. This book is an inspiration and and education for everyone who seek the Real Answers.
Reviewed by Kelley Bowers Zeringue 11/23/2001
Yes, a book about truth -- values -- the basis of America. A book of encouragement, rather than despair -- helping Americans feel strong enough to stand firm, keep their faith alive, and strive for truth.

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