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The Gospel According to The New York Times

The Gospel According to The New York Times:
How the World’s Most Powerful News Organization Shapes Your Mind and Values

By William Proctor

It’s not David vs. Goliath exactly—but it’s not so different either:

William Proctor lifts his sharp, witty lance to puncture the pretensions of a media giant in The Gospel According to The New York Times: How the nation’s most powerful news organization shapes your mind and values.

Why have the major media ignored this well-documented expose of The Times? Because it embarrasses them and exposes their own ruling biases, and they don’t want this book widely read or known.

You will enjoy reading it, as you learn how the newspaper—by shaping much of its news, editorial, critical and cultural coverage to a single anti-Biblical outlook, and through the wide influence of its News Service and its Times Syndicate—bends other media to its overarching world view.

Author William Proctor spent a year systematically analyzing the total content of the newspaper. He cites hundreds of specific evidences for his conclusions.

He gives a chapter each to what he calls “The Seven Deadly Sins—According to The New York Times.” Among them: “The Sin of Religious Certainty” (evangelicals, of course, are held guilty for this breach of cultural etiquette), “The Sin of Conservatism” and “The Sin of Limiting Abortion.”

The Gospel constantly promulgated by The New York Times is actually an anti-Scriptural, secular structure of values that is as absolutist as any of the religious and conservative belief systems that it assails for being so.

Get a copy of this 308-page softcover book for yourself, but order one also as a gift for your pastor, or anyone who is concerned about the tidal drift of the American culture into breathtaking debasement. Don’t let this book die!

Our price: $3.00 Clearance
Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group (2000), ISBN: 0805423478

About the Author

Bill Proctor is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, and has worked as a reporter for the New York Daily News. He has written or co-authored more than 70 nonfiction books, including several national bestsellers. Leaders and celebrities he has interviewed or collaborated with include Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ronald Reagan, Billy Graham, Charles Colson, Art Linkletter, Willard Scott, Pat Boone, and George Gallup, Jr. Proctor is the author of the Broadman & Holman title The Resurrection Report, and also two novels. He currently lives in Vero Beach, Florida.

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