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What made the experience of listening to The Liberty Threat the most enjoyable?
The detail and thoroughness with which the author discusses the history of religious freedom or lack thereof throughout western civilization since Roman and earlier times. Also, well made the case that without religious freedom, all other freedoms are superficial.
What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?
Although much of the book traces the history of religious and therefore all our true freedoms, his thorough discussion of the most recent cases and how they are germane to ALL people of faith.
Any additional comments?
I enjoyed how the author/narrator integrated his 'notes' as an appendix. Rarely included in audio books. The way he did so, made them (his bibliography) quite reference-able.