Book Reviews of The President

The President
The President
Author: Parker Hudson
ISBN-13: 9780880708463
ISBN-10: 0880708468
Publication Date: 7/1/1995
Pages: 501
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Multnomah
Book Type: Hardcover
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Very good book! From the back cover: Everyone interested in
America's past and her very possible future should read this book.
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Contrary to popular belief our founding fathers fully intended to build a nation that was based on God's enduring principles. Based on the health of our political system today.
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Chilling "wake-up call", reminding me how crucial it is to elect Christians to public office. I pray that all elected officials would have the strength of character that this President does. Although I'm not partial to "political" books, I highly recommend this one
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Excellent. One of my favorite fiction books of all-time. This book came out when Bill Clinton was in office. I have a feeling the main character was modeled after Bill Clinton. Only in this book the main character becomes a Christian during his presidency and starts to see things in a whole new way. It would have been so wonderful if that had happened in real life when Clinton was in office.
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This was a great read!! I really liked it. This is the back cover of the book:

The message was short and read: "Greetings. We have an operational .6 megaton Soviet warhead. We are modifying it for our own use and will detonate it in a major American city within eighteen months..."
-The Council

Washington, D.C. William Harrison had promised voters that if elected to the presidency,he would change the ocuntry for the better. But things aren't going as planned. Domestic and foreign policies have caused a national uproar. His administration seems powerless to draw the government out of gridlock. Worst of all, Harrison is faced with an unknown enemy's chilling threat to millions of American lives.
Responding to the real life political climate of a country in the midst of change, author Parker Hudson explores the dilemma of a fictional leader struggling with issues of power and faith. Filled with classic elements of political intrigue- terrorism, blackmail, and competing agendas-The President paints a dramatic picture of the power to be tapped in the marriage of faith and politics.
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Excellent book, and what a dilemma. After being elected president on a liberal ticket, he has to decide how to run the country after he becomes a Christian. It's something we should all think about as we go to the polls to vote.