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American Idols

Paperback|Jan 2006
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Although not inherently corrupt, the American Idol television program has magnified a culture preoccupied with fleeting fame and image overload. Feeding off that frenzy, American Idols takes a necessary look at the false gods in modern society. The golden calf...


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Although not inherently corrupt, the American Idol television program has magnified a culture preoccupied with fleeting fame and image overload. Feeding off that frenzy, American Idols takes a necessary look at the false gods in modern society. The golden calf of Bible times may be gone, but in its place today are enslavements to consumerism, celebrity, sexual freedom, easy religion, and more. This timely book helps readers realize and overcome their own idolatries.

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Bob Hostetler

Bob Hostetler is a writer, editor, pastor, and speaker from southwestern -->-->Ohio-->-->. His twenty-one books, which include the award-winning"Don?t Check Your Brains at the Door "(co-authored with Josh McDowell)""and" American Idols, "have sold over 2 million copies. He has won two Gold Medallion Awards, three Ohio Associated Press awards, and an Amy Foundation Award. He is a co-founder and Pastor of Leadership and Teaching at -->Cobblestone-->-->Community-->-->Church--> in -->-->Oxford-->, -->Ohio-->-->. He and his wife Robin have two grown children, Aubrey and Aaron.

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