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Rabbletown: Life in These United Christian States of Holy America #2020

Rabbletown Life in These United Christian States of Holy America The year is The place is Topeka Kansas The Church of the Evangels run the country through the Pastor President pastor governors and pastor legislators They rule with a Bible in each fist This f

  • Title: Rabbletown: Life in These United Christian States of Holy America
  • Author: Randy Attwood
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  • Page: 131
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rabbletown: Life in These United Christian States of Holy America By Randy Attwood, The year is 2084 The place is Topeka, Kansas The Church of the Evangels run the country through the Pastor President, pastor governors and pastor legislators They rule with a Bible in each fist This future history presents a view of what life would be like under the control of right wing evangelical Christians Work on the new state cathedral in Topeka provides the ecoThe year is 2084 The place is Topeka, Kansas The Church of the Evangels run the country through the Pastor President, pastor governors and pastor legislators They rule with a Bible in each fist This future history presents a view of what life would be like under the control of right wing evangelical Christians Work on the new state cathedral in Topeka provides the economic stimulus for that region When religion rules, society enters a new dark ages, but still operating are the computer based social networking systems the Church of the Evangels use to spy on its members Abortion is just outlawed, pregnancy is mandated And if you don t fit into the society of the Church of the Evangels, you try to make a life in Rabbletown And then the son of a mason reminds everyone what redemption is all about.

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    1. Please note, I originally read this book 9 2 2011 from a copy provided by the author for review I provided editing for the author later, prior to publishing this book in paperback format.Additional note I now have an audio file of myself reading this review aloud, which can be found on Soundcloud by following this link So, if you ve been curious to hear my voice, here is your chance Book info Genre Dystopian Reading Level AdultRecommended for EVERYONEMy reading experience I expected a few things [...]

    2. I wanted to like this book Intriguing premise and a favorable comparison to Margaret Atwood s The Handmaid s Tale were enough for me to buy it However I found it far too heavy handed The word offensive came to mind than once I m not a fan of Evangelical Fundamentalist Christianity but the version in this book was so completely one sided that I wondered if there weren t some personal axe being ground I had problems with the story line too seemed as if things were being added to make a point rath [...]

    3. Overall 4 out of 5 bookmarksI m of two minds about this novel On the one hand, it s an intriguing if somewhat familiar premise with unique characters and an unapologetic tone On the other hand, it was a story in search of a plot that never quite materialized and, because there were so many characters, there wasn t a heck of a lot of individual character development Under normal circumstances, I d be giving a novel sans in depth character and plot development a pass, but in this particular case i [...]

    4. Intro The story takes place in a dystopian future, circa 2084, where the US has become a fundamentalist state as the name clearly implies The how and why of this are explained in the preamble, where ongoing tension between the US and Middle East eventually turn nuclear and result in the full scale devastation of both Whereas the United States bombs Iran and environs into oblivion using its ICBM s, the various nation states and terrorist organizations strike back using backpack nukes and dirty bo [...]

    5. Rabbletown is a short novel set in what was once Topeka Kansas, seventy some years in the future Nuclear War has wiped out much of the world A fundamentalist Protestant Christian theology has taken over what is left of the US The story is full of passionate energy, and is written with the fury an avenging angel Rabbletown sets out explaining this new society, starting with the hierarchy of the new leadership class A kind of hereditary priest class, or rather Pastor class is in charge It is Ameri [...]

    6. This is one of those books that I got because the synopsis sounded interesting.The best way I can describe this book is Dystopian.A new world order started after a nuclear event In this new world order a self righteous Christian government came into power in what was formerly the United States of America To me the story was eerily plausible but as a believer it made me cringe As I read the story I could see elements of things that are currently going on but not in the same way as the author port [...]

    7. WOW I didn t know whether to laugh or cry This book touched my heart in such a way that I can t explain in words Growing up in a fundamentalist church, understanding, later in life, the damage it did to me, makes this book terrifying in one way but so outrageously funny in another This book takes place in the future Everyone has nuked each other and there s not much left in the United States The United States has turned into dictatorship run by the desendants fo Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson T [...]

    8. This brilliant portrayal of what the red neck right will do if they ever seize total control of America is almost a parable It should be required reading for all high school students Not since 1984 have we had such a chilling warning of what the future could be.Content and political effect aside, it s beautifully written and presented and a credit to the author.

    9. A cautionary tale, a parable but I will admit that the premise of this book scares me less with Trump running for president instead of Cruz or one of the other Christian right wingers Definitely a book to make you think.

    10. The author had a great idea but spoiled it by getting all caught up in his philosophy Could have been so much better.

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