By redefining terms and language, the far-left controls discourse and alters Western civilization even to the extreme of exchanging that which was formerly nearly universally condemned for what is now nearly universally celebrated--the almost total desecration of the created order (Rom 1:18-32). And those who refuse to celebrate are threatened with the loss of their business, their home, and life's savings. Virtually everything formally considered right and true, sane and decent are now exchanged for inhuman, indecent, pagan values. Our nation's nearly universal refusal to acknowledge God has resulted in our alienation from God and our lawless insanity. This book is not intended to condemn America but to restore sanity and civility to the greatest nation on earth through a minority of united, faithful, and courageous believers in whose lives the Sermon on the Mount takes narrative form. ""Kerry McRoberts does the hard work of attempting to apply Jesus' timeless teachings to some of the thorny social and intellectual challenges we face in present-day America, thereby helping the thoughtful reader to consider the meaning of discipleship in daily life."" --Jim Heugel, Provost, Northwest University, Kirkland, Washington Kerry D. McRoberts is a pastor-teacher, apologist, and author. McRoberts has lectured, preached, and participated in paradigm studies on five continents. He has conducted numerous conferences on cults, the occult, and pagan spirituality. And he has published works focusing on the Christian world and life view, challenges of ministry in our postmodern, post-postmodern (pseudo-modern), and neo-pagan culture.