Free politics and current events Kindle books for 17 Sep 18

Morality and Other Evil Things

by Marty Les Schwab

For too long morality has imprisoned man, he must break from his bondage and defeat morality. I directly challenge morality and other systems of belief, which are widely held as “good”.

Racism in the White Church: Still Smoldering in the Ashes

by Dr. John McElhaney

I have been in the ministry almost fifty years and have made it my life’s work to stand against racism. This is the one major issue in the church today that needs to be settled. The pastors need to take a stand in their churches and deal with this in a direct way. Not just preach on racism in a general way where you do not really deal with anything that will cause anyone to get upset, but in a way where people will know where you stand and will make a choice to repent or remove themselves, so the church can go forward.
To say that we don’t have a problem is to ether reveal your own racism, ignorance, or blindness to the fact. I know there are many pastors who are racist and would never preach against it. Because of that the people in the church follow your lead and are racist as well.
This is the one thing that is stopping revival from coming to our land. God cannot bless a divide church and the division is because of the white folks not the blacks. The whites are the offenders and need to make the first step in bringing reconciliation. The one thing that will change people’s attitude of others is to begin worshipping together, when you worship together you become one.

While Reason Slept

by Thomas F. Brier Jr.

For the past several decades, America has propelled itself into a cruel state of mass unreason. In While Reason Slept, Brier elegantly traces the history of America back to its founding principles, showing in no uncertain terms that the world as an idea of reason is not merely a fool’s fable; it is a practical imperative.

Beginning in the early twentieth century, however, America slowly began to shift away from a country of rational citizens and toward a country of irrational consumers. Brier persuasively contends that America’s irrational transformation has its origins in the work of Edward Bernays, the forefather of modern propaganda (the “engineering of consent,” as he called it) whose Freudian tactics of manipulation have been appropriated and expounded upon by every major influencer of the past century, from the Third Reich to Ronald Reagan to Facebook.

But after diagnosing the principal causes underlying America’s irrational state of affairs, Brier offers an optimistic solution for recapturing the Founders’ vision of a rational America. If you are a citizen who hungers for reality; if you would rather travel the arduous path of justice than the reassuring path of comfort; if you would rather suffer agony in the quest for peace than sit with ease in the shadow of the caveâ??then this book is for you.

The Prince

by Niccolò Machiavelli

“The Prince” is a political treatise by the Florentine public servant and political theorist Niccolò Machiavelli. Originally called De Principatibus (About Principalities), it was written in 1513, but not published until 1532, five years after Machiavelli’s death. The treatise is not representative of the work published during his lifetime, but it is the most remembered, and the work responsible for bringing “Machiavellian” into wide usage as a pejorative term. It has also been suggested by some critics that the piece is, in fact, a satire.

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