Americans have come to tolerate, embrace and even champion many things that would have horrified their parents' generation-from easy divorce and unrestricted abortion-on-demand to extreme body piercing and teaching homosexuality to grade-schoolers. Does that mean today's Americans are inherently more morally confused and depraved than previous ...
Americans have come to tolerate, embrace and even champion many things that would have horrified their parents' generation-from easy divorce and unrestricted abortion-on-demand to extreme body piercing and teaching homosexuality to grade-schoolers. Does that mean today's Americans are inherently more morally confused and depraved than previous generations? Of course not, says veteran journalist David Kupelian. But they have fallen victim to some of the most stunningly brilliant and compelling marketing campaigns in modern history. The Marketing of Evil reveals how much of what Americans once almost universally abhorred has been packaged, perfumed, gift-wrapped and sold to them as though it had great value. Highly skilled marketers, playing on our deeply felt national values of fairness, generosity and tolerance, have persuaded us to embrace as enlightened and noble that which all previous generations since America's founding regarded as grossly self-destructive-in a word, evil.
An excellent review of how America has degenerated in terms of morals, freedom, and absolute values.
Oct 17, 2013
Excellent analysis of the origins of the sickness and perversion penetrating our society.
Mar 29, 2012
Well worth the read. Know the times you live in is biblical command. This work highlights the rapid changes that are happening right before our eyes. The wisdom of the changing times helps us stay in tune with our relevent work from the pulpit.
Sep 1, 2011
A good book, it was in even better shape than I thought it would be. I have enjoyed the insight it provides.
Jan 26, 2010
The blinders have been removed
Hell has literally released a full frontal attack on the Church of America to silence the believer. From a country that was founded on the Rock of Jesus Christ?who believed it necessary to have an active and living walk of faith in Jesus to hold an office?to one who is now on the fast track to a socialist/communistic state, where the very name of Jesus must not be mentioned.
In his book , David Kupelian reveals to us how America has been high jacked by the radical left and their vomitous ideology to sell us a Utopia filled with moral degradation and evils and calling it freedom. Kupelian tackles such topics as ?the gay agenda?, ?the removal of God?, ?Sex?, ?Education?, ?Assault on the family?, and the media?s influence on our daily lives in America.
This book has shown me what happens to a nation when the church has become silent and not contended with the enemy in the realm of politics and philosophy. We have literally given our nation over to the radical left. Now it is time for a generation to arise and take it back.
If read I believe this book will anger many to action. It's time to take our country back and reinstate a moral standard in the land. Church it is time to stop sitting on the sidelines and stop compromising with the children of the devil and stand up for what is right and what is God. It is time to become bold and come against anything and everything that is anti-Christ.
It is time for the Body of Christ to kick the devil out; serve him his eviction notice?and this isn?t a 90-day thing, it is an immediate?you?re out of here devil. Kick him out of our lives, our families, our schools, and our nation. It is time to come out of every agreement we have made with him, and come into agreement with the One True Living God, Jesus Christ. It is time to let our voices ring from our house to the state house to the White House?while we still have a voice?and turn the tide of America?s spiritual and moral principles for the better, or we will end up as the next nation to suffer the martyrdom of believers. This book is a must read for every Christian.
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