In a nation that is more inclined to accept the existence of a seven-foot hominoid walking about the forests of North America and a dinosaur inhabiting the Loch Ness over the existence of God, I often ask myself, "Is there really any hope for our salvation? Should God even bother to save us? What have we done for Him except caused innumerable headaches?"
The topics covered in this book vary from God being removed from schools to the systematic degradation of the nuclear family. Although every chapter could easily merit its own publication, the discussions provide the audience with a holistic overview of societal dilemmas. At times the language may appear abrasive, but to write it otherwise would be baking bread without the yeast. I want this book to become a conversation between the reader and his or her conscience or spirituality. Hopefully, once this is established, the reader will be inclined to pick up a Bible and simply read. It's how I started; it's how most people begin their journey toward Christ.