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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
Left. Right. Red. Blue. Political actors. Acting politicians.
Exhausted soccer moms; overwhelmed and overworked dads; and frightened and confused kids. Addicted athletes and violet hip-hop artists swagger through million-dollar mansions dripping with "bling," while teachers who sacrifice their lives to educate the next generation call a first-floor apartment home and sell their jewelry for textbooks.
From the East Coast to the West, and all the states in between, this country divides itself. The dichotomy is so great, in fact, that many of us can describe ourselves using one of two words: Liberal or Conservative. And we all have an opinion. Ask anyone you see on the street, however, and most will agree on one thing: We're witnessing our nation's demise.
In Culturally Incorrect, Rod Parsley addresses this social, political, spiritual and philosophical polarization with unabashed candor. "The minds and hearts of this generation have become the theater of conflict," he writes. "It is a war of competing, mutually exclusive ways of viewing the universe and man's place in it. It is a clash of paradigms, of value systems, and of visions for the future."
We can run, we can hide . . . or we can engage. Read this book. And choose.