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Saving a Sick America A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation
By Michael L. Brown
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/18 Clifton Ditmore wrote: Saving A Sick America is a great book. I read and review many books and I rarely say that one is great. This one is. And, in my opinion, it needs to be read by every American. Our country is in desperate need of a moral and cultural transformation. Michael Brown gives a prescription for that transformation ... SAVING A SICK AMERICA
On 11/13 Nathan Albright wrote: There are times when authors go for the route of least resistance and this book is one of those cases. The author seems to think that there is any shortage of books that are hard on lukewarm Christians who don't live up to their ideals in an age of cultural malaise and decadence . This book is ... Book Review: Saving A Sick America
On 10/23 LifeLoveTruth wrote: This is a why-to and how-to book about how to win the "culture war," according to the author. Dr. Michael L. Brown holds a Doctorate in Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University. Dr. Brown has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at seven top seminaries. He has written more than ... SAVING A SICK AMERICA, By Dr. Michael Brown
On 10/12 kratzy wrote: Book Review: Saving a Sick America: A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation by Michael L. Brown Do we like the America we live in today? While most will agree that even as a deeply divided nation, the US is still preferable to many other countries, many also do not condone how the US currently ... s it time to bring America back to its cultural roots? This author says yes!
On 10/3 Gypsy Road wrote: America is at a tipping point, and never has this been more apparent than right now. We are in danger of losing our spiritual and moral heritage, making many believe that we have fallen beyond the point of recovery. This book is here to say, that, yes, we have fallen. In fact, fallen much further than ... Even more crucial, in light of Vegas...