Given unprecedented insider access, author Allen D. Hertzke charts the rise of the new faith-based movement for global human rights and tells the compelling story of the personalities and forces, clashes and compromises, strategies and protests that shape it. In doing so, Hertzke shows that by raising issues-such as global religious persecution, Sudanese atrocities, North Korean gulags, and sex trafficking-the movement is impacting foreign policy around the world.
An internationally recognized expert on religion and politics, Allen D. Hertzke is professor of political science and director of religious studies at the University of Oklahoma. A frequent news commentator, Hertzke has been featured in such outlets as The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Weekly Standard, BBC World Service, PBS, and National Public Radio. Dr. Hertzke has lectured at the National Press Club, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, and before numerous audiences in China.
Chapter 1 Herod's Challenge Chapter 2 Their Blood Cries Out Chapter 3 The Barriers of Babel Chapter 4 Prepare Ye the Way Chapter 5 He Sent a Jew Chapter 6 The Hand of Providence in Congress Chapter 7 Gentle as Doves, Cunning as Serpents in the Sudan Battle Chapter 8 Go Forth