New Book Exposes the Left’s Hatred for Jesus and Christianity

Author, attorney, associate dean of law, and Founder and Editor-in Chief of, Matt Barber, exposes in his new book how the Left hates Jesus and Christians in America, and what Christians can do in response.

Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity, published by BarbWire Books, documents:

“how American leftists have co-opted every elite institution: schools, government, the media, Hollywood and the arts, many conservative organizations, and even much of what passes for the Church in America. With growing power, the progressive movement wages its relentless War on Christianity—and they are winning. The ultimate goal? Conform to their pagan demands, or face financial ruin or even incarceration.”

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Barber co-hosts “Faith and Freedom,” a daily legal and cultural issues talk radio program hosted by Mat Staver, provided by Liberty Counsel, and heard on radio stations nationwide.

Hating Jesus is available in paperback and on Kindle. His books, Mortal Gods: IgnitionThe Right Hook: From the Ring to the Culture War, and Winning through Losing, are also available at

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