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MEDIA ADVISORY, Sept. 24 /Standard Newswire/ -- Dinesh D'Souza's new book, The Roots of Obama's Rage, is certain to cause even more uproar than his article, "How Obama Thinks," which was featured on the cover of Forbes Magazine this month. Mr. D'Souza, who has been called one of the nation's leading authorities on international issues, and one of America's most influential conservative thinkers, stated in an interview with Glenn Beck that his article was just "a little appetizer for the book." Mr. D'Souza's highly controversial book proposes the mindset behind President Obama's confusing and, at times, unnerving decisions for the United States.
Mr. D'Souza brings out Mr. Obama's father's anti-colonialist ideals that accuse the rich countries of the West of invading, looting and stealing from poor countries of the world. In President Obama's autobiography, he defines himself, and his mission in life and as the President, by those anti-colonialist ideals of his father. The point that Mr. D'Souza wants to elucidate is that Obama is not just a conventional liberal. His drive, the "root of his rage," is in his own deep personal history, which is not commensurate with the Judeo-Christian roots of our country.
Mr. D'Souza will be publicly addressing his book for the first time, discussing biblical worldview aspects of leadership, at this year's National Conference on Christian Apologetics. The upcoming conference hosted by the Southern Evangelical Seminary on October 15th-16th, in Charlotte, North Carolina, will hold panels of intellectual deliberation on apologetics issues that affect today's culture.
"The purpose of apologetics is not to challenge God, but for unbelievers and believers to come to a better understanding of Him. The goal is to apply these understandings to current issues in our lives. Our upcoming 17th Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics is a great place for believers to gain confidence in foundational thinking," states Dr. Alex McFarland, president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary and host of the Conference.
Associate Publisher Warren Smith of WORLD Magazine praises the conference as "one of the most interesting and spiritually and intellectually challenging events...all year." In addition to Dr. Marvin Olasky and Dr. Anthony Bradley from WORLD Magazine, Southern Evangelical Seminary will be joined by some of the greatest theologians of our recent times, such as Chuck Colson, Erwin Lutzer, Josh McDowell, Ryan Dobson, Hugh Ross, William Dembski, Dr. Alex McFarland, and more.
Interviews: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 215-815-7716. Visit www.nationalapologeticsconference.com for conference details.