Apostasy Can Lead a Nation to Self-Destruct: Will America Mend Its Ways and Return to God? is the study of two nations separated in time by several thousand years. From their founding, both nations and their people, for untold generations, were consecrated and dedicated to God. Who are these nations? They are ancient Israel and America.
Both nations were plagued with historical amnesia--the failure to pass on to future generations the story about the protection, blessings, and prosperity they had received at the hand of a loving and compassionate God. As a result, apostasy began to gain traction so that the people of each nation began replacing the worship of God with flourishing idolatry.
What happened to ancient Israel is history. God waited patiently for the nation to return to him so that he could destroy its enemies and heal the nation. He patiently tolerated its defiance but finally declared his righteous judgment, allowing the evil Assyrians to destroy that nation, and ancient Israel disappeared from biblical history. The status of America remains in limbo as God waits patiently for America to respond positively to his plea to return to him while it defiantly marches to its impending doom. Time is running out
A chapter is included that is directed to the reader who is doubtful that America will return to God but is also concerned about the eternal destination of his soul should America be destroyed by a cataclysmic event.