Weapons of Mass Distraction is a compilation of sermons that challenge us to think and act responsibly on current social issues that promise to have a huge impact on the planet’s well-being in the coming century.
Globalization, the attack on democracy, the mistreatment of women, and the growing AIDS pandemic are but a few of the topics taken on by these courageous sermons that dare to challenge the prevailing mindset that labels democratic protest as unpatriotic.
This collection of hope-inspiring messages, accessible to persons of all faiths, is anything but anti-American. In fact, they speak to the very core values held high by this country for so long.
Weapons of Mass Distraction is a welcomed theological dialogue with the great social issues of our generation, coming from the perspective of the "silenced majority": those who’s protest cries against wars of aggression did not make the evening news; and who’s votes in the 2000 presidential election were ignored to the detriment of millions.
Finally, Weapons of Mass Distraction is a call to action; a “must-have” election primer on the issues that will determine our quality of life for generations to come.