|About the Book|
Fasten your seat belts and prepare for an exhilarating mind trip. This ride is not for the timid. The author takes on the government and calls it a rabid, voracious, insatiable monstrosity that must be neutered before it breeds more of its own kind.MoreFasten your seat belts and prepare for an exhilarating mind trip. This ride is not for the timid. The author takes on the government and calls it a rabid, voracious, insatiable monstrosity that must be neutered before it breeds more of its own kind. If you believe freedom and the US Constitution are under assault in America today, this book is for you.In our time we must have the wisdom and courage to admit that what we now have in America is not true liberty. We have the appearance of liberty. Liberty has become like a cheap piece of furniture that is nothing more than inexpensive particle board covered with a thin veneer of walnut or cherry wood. The tiniest scratch reveals that it is not what it appears to be.What does it mean to be free? Why is liberty fragile? Can freedom exist in an imperfect world? How does a free man or woman think and why does it matter? Ronald Reagan said that freedom is always one generation away from extinction. Are we on our way to being that generation that failed to pass the torch of liberty on to our children? Must we wait until they are asking us, what is freedom?In a world where liberty is rare and fragile, what does it really take to have the kind of mindset that inspired the Founding Fathers to undertake the risk and hardship they endured to found a Constitutional Democratic Republic- and what does that even mean? How did their insights on Christian liberty determine their worldview? Are we to sacrifice our economic freedom, our freedom of speech, or the right to keep and bear arms at the altar of big government? Have we lost the desire for limited government?This book is not a theological polemic, but the author is a Christian and he uses his own journey to demonstrate how to identify, or if necessary, create your own life paradigm within the framework of your own beliefs. You do not need to be a Christian to appreciate his unique journey.Regardless of what you believe, you can apply the process to your own circumstances.