by Dominic M. Martin



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/14/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781663223777
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781663223784

About the Book

Agnostic mores versus believers’ morals: That is the essence of the civil war which has already commenced, and which envelopes us now. Which side shall be the victor? Do we want a world full of lies, doublespeak, media manipulation, no sexual boundaries, rampant drug use, and where hard work does not matter? The suave secular modernists who use mores, not morals, to justify their mistaken and dangerous words and actions act as if the battle is already done and that their side is the victor. Written from the standpoint of a soldier about to make an assault or sortie onto the battlefield, these five essays illustrate this stark clash of ideas, illuminate the dangerous ramifications surrounding these issues of the day, and suggest that a return to a life of prayer and faith is the only way to find a better life.

About the Author

Raised on a citrus ranch in California before the Golden State became the epicenter of Political Correctness which later morphed into burgeoning Marxism, the author was raised by perfect parents who instilled in him traditional values and beliefs, a work ethic, and self-deprecatory Irish sense of humor. A college athlete, motorcyclist, and fly fisherman, for most of his life he made commercial wine and, working in the fields grew, with God’s kind help, hundreds of tons of wine grapes. In those same fields he had ample time to consider the swift decline of our culture, and also to devise strategies whereby that decline might be stopped.