"'My Life Without God' is a lurid insider's tale that helped to shape the conservative movement when it first appeared some 30 years ago. It describes the depravity at the heart of the godless, and how close we came to losing our moral compass as a nation. My thanks to WND for making this book available to a new generation of young Americans so they will not repeat the mistakes of the past," wrote Kenneth R. Timmerman, author and Republican candidate for Congress from Maryland.
WND CEO Joseph Farah considers Murray's book to be one of the most important conservative books ever published and credits it with being one of the stories that helped shaped his worldview. "Bill Murray's 'My Life Without God' was a seminally important book for me when I first read it in the early 1980s," Farah said. "I was a young journalist drifting further and further from my left-wing and secular worldview. I was horrified by Bill's vivid and no-holds-barred description of his early life in the home of his famous atheist mother. It made me realize the importance of functional families and transcendent values. It's also such a hopeful book because if Bill Murray could overcome that experience and find salvation, indeed any of us can. I put this book up there on my list of conservative classics right next to Whitaker Chambers' 'Witness.'"
About the Author
William J. Murray is the chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition in Washington, DC. For more than two decades he has been at the forefront of social conservatism. He continues to work for the rights of Christians in America and persecuted Christians around the world and is the author of seven books.