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Number of Pages: 246
Vendor: Word & Spirit Publishing
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.90 X 6.00 X 0.80 (inches)|
the potential fallacy in today's liberal academia and political
spheres. He masterfully addresses educational, social, political,
and religious issues that have shaped American culture.
Liberal readers will be challenged to consider Dr. Piper's viewpoints
and conservative readers will be thrilled to find words to express their
frustrations with much of the current American culture.
Dr. Piper speaks boldly and unapologetically on issues such as natural
law, unalienable rights, self-evident truths, and the unavoidable
consequences of ideas on personal, political, community, and corporate
His commentary rhetorically confronts the reader to consider issues
such as freedom, justice, common sense, human dignity, and moral
objectivity. Piper is specifically passionate in arguing that postmodern
political correctness is really nothing more than an unvarnished
ploy to consolidate power among society's elites and to, thus, restrict
the individual freedoms and rights of the general public.