From the June issue of The Blaze Magazine:
There’s a slew of new conservative-themed books recently published or about to be published—just in time for hitting the beach, going poolside or getting on the road. Blaze editors are often asked what books they read or would recommend. So we’re happy to provide a list of the top 10 new books to add to your summertime reading list.
by Joel C.Rosenberg
Examining the state of the U.S. today, Rosenberg asks: “Is America an empire in decline or a nation poised for a historic Renaissance?” This book takes a look at what the future holds for our nation and addresses tough questions about our destiny that most people would rather ignore.
by Rev . Robert Sirico
Father Sirico, founder of the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, explains why, as we’ve seen socialism and totalitarianism discredited and collapse, moral people can make a potent moral argument for capitalism. And he shows how a free economy is the best way to meet society's material needs.
by Joseph Loconte
The story in this book, which tells of “two friends, a stranger, and a search for truth in a world gone mad with doubt,” picks up in the days following the execution of Jesus Christ. Joseph Loconte examines what people then were going through and how this drama is a very real part of our personal stories today.
by Eric Metaxas
From the author of “Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Marter, Prophet, Spy” comes a challenge for people of faith: follow the examples of godly men who lived the gospel rather than looking for the approval of societies that promote dead religion.
by Geert Wilders
For years, Wilders, a member of the Dutch Parliament, has been exposing the threat posed by the spread of radical Islam—particularly in the West. Because of his powerful alarm, he now lives under constant police protection from the many extremist Muslims threatening his life and pledging to make an example of him.