Silent NO More By Rod Parsley

It is Friday December 30, 2005 and I have just completed the book Silent No More, authored by Rod Parsley. The subtitle is “Bringing moral clarity to America…while freedom still rings”

Rod Parsley is the senior pastor of World Harvest Church in Columbus, OH In addition to his pastoral duties; he is the founder and president of The Center for Moral Clarity His ministry website is located at

This book was an excellent resource for me to end 2005. At the conclusion of the book are all the sited references to back up every point.

In Chapter 1 Judicial Tyranny – he documents the history of our founding fathers beliefs and convictions. He documents with facts the governing of our country by the black robes. You must read the excerpt of Judge Phyllis Hamilton (an appointee of President Bill Clinton) ruling that the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act as unconstitutional.

In Chapter 2 Race – He documents the issue of race. He acknowledges, rightly so that the most segregated society in todays culture is Sunday mornings in the Church.

In Chapter 3 Poverty – He documents the plight of poverty in America and the world, welfare hand-outs and the constant cycle of welfare merry go round.

“The federal government must and shall quit this business of relief. To dole out relief is to administer a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit.” – Franklin Delano Roosevelt

In Chapter 4 Homosexuality – The Unhappy Gay Agenda – he documents the homosexual lifestyle. He documents the radical extremist of the homosexual movement. There is good news in the chapter about those individuals and the growing number that are now leaving the homosexual lifestyle for a normal traditional lifestyle.

In Chapter 5 Islam – The Deception of Allah – Details the beginning of Mohammad and Islam as a religion and the many different interpretations of the Muslim religion.

In Chapter 6 Education – he documents the effect and influence of the Education Association and their grasp and control on the education system.

In Chapter 7 Life – he details the travesty of 13 million lives lost through the infanticide known as Abortion.

In Chapter 8 Media: The enemy in our midst – details how the music, movie and combined media have contributed to the slippery slope America is presently headed down.

Martin Niemoeller, a Lutheran pastor in Germany prior to World War II, commented on the days leading up to the terrible conflict:

“In Germany, the Nazis first came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t Jewish. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Finally, they came for me but there was no one left to speak up.”

Hitler ordered Niemoeller arrested once and sentenced for seven months in 1937. Hitler then ordered him arrested again and Niemoller spent 7 years in concentration camps.

Rod Parsley concludes the book with:

If you live with perversion long enough, it begins to seem normal and right – even if it is abnormal and wrong.

So, I have chosen to be silent no more. It is my hope that you will do the same. Speak for those who cannot speak. Speak from your pain what others cannot know. Speak the wisdom of the ancients in a world enamored of the new. And speak the truth of God to those who know only the answers of this secular age. Remember, if we are silent much longer, we may not be able to speak out at all.

Join Me. Be Silent No More. Our times demand it, Our History compels it. Our future requires it. And God is watching.

I encourage you to put this book on your list to read in 2006. There will be a new link section on Brian’s blog entitled Silent NO More. The website links are from the action points in the book.

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1 Response

  1. Dave Oatney says:

    I once lived in Columbus for a short time and once visited Rod Parsley’s church, World Harvest.

    Knowing what I know about the man, I have concluded that his book is a sort of “bandwagon” attempt to get his ministry in a direction where enlightened others in the Christian community are already going and have been for some time…if he didn’t “go there,” his mega-ministry might suffer as a result.

    That said, however, there is very little if anything he says politically that I disagree with…he’s right on.