THE SECRET WEAPON AGAINST TERRORISM: The Only Way of Capturing 'The Most Wanted'

ABOUT Daniel Ogweno

Daniel Ogweno
Ogweno holds Bachelor of Education (Moi University, Kenya) and M.Phil. in Mass Communication and Media Studies (University of Bergen, Norway). He is the founder of Christ is Lord Ministries—Worldwide (Cilmin—Worldwide) and the author of a number of life-changing books including: Virtue More...


Many books have been written about the problem of terrorism. Most of these books decribe the problem. The Secret Weapon Against Terrorism, however, prescribes the solution. The author believes that the strategy against the tragedy of terrorism is not as political as it is spiritual. Any attempt to bring terrorism on its knees is doomed to fail if it excludes sprititual perspective. 

In this book, Ogweno is not seeking God’s best answer for terrorism but God’s personal intervention. He points out the difference it makes when God Himself shows up in the hearts of both the terrorist and the terrorised. God’s law, for example, is perfect—His best (Psalm 19:7), but some religious people almost executed a woman based on their understanding of this law. All this changed when, instead of “God’s best,” God Himself showed up (John 8:3-11). The books that have been written on terrorism are basically descriptive and informative. In this book, however, Ogweno compellingly turns the light on to the prescriptive and transformative Secret Weapon Against Terrorism. He maintains: “Our greatest desire is to bring back civility, sanity and security so that we can travel, work and gather in social places without fear. We don’t seek to understand terrorism more than we long to stop it.” This book, therefore, doesn’t describe the problem, it prescribes the solution.

The books of Daniel O. Ogweno are in the category GOOD. They are good to read and good to learn from.
The title of one of his books, The Secret Weapon Against Terrorism – The Only Way of Capturing “The Most Wanted,” is such that a skeptical person could indeed be tempted to think that Mr. Ogweno is either extremely naïve or very presumptuous, or a combination of both.
But don’t let the title fool you. Mr. Ogweno is neither naïve nor presumptuous, and I think you can agree with him, (and I quote from the preface of the book) that: “The things that transpire as we read can inspire our life in multitude of ways.”
This is such a book.
Mr. Ogweno is indeed very practical in his approach to dealing with terrorism. Like it says on the back cover: “This book, therefore, doesn’t describe the problem, it prescribes the solution.”
Allow me therefore to suggest that you read it, because the life you might save could be your own.
(This recommendation was written by Mr. Per F. Winsnes, age 67, who spent some 20 frustrating years in the realm of New Age before God took pity on him. And the reason God took pity on him is that we have a God who looks more to the heart than to the brain.)