I have always appreciated Cal Thomas for being in the main stream media and yet speaking out for his obvious faith in Christ. In this book he even gets Rush Limbaugh to admit the same in the foreword. The slant of this book is unique. As he puts it, ‘‘This is a book that recalls the sixties generation’s failed promises and how many now leading the country and culture who are from that generation continue to try to implement the philosophy upon which they were based, in spite of the evidence of failure and misery those broken promises created.’’ By hitting all the major issues such as abortion, sex, drugs and the rest, Thomas compares the attitudes that prevailed in the sixties of a utopian world if only a whole generation would fall in line. Well, they did and it has brought nothing but despair to that generation and a loss of moral direction to this generation. As one who was a teenager in the sixties, I enjoyed the ‘‘see, I told you so’’ feeling of reading this book. It’s just too bad it took twenty-five years for most to admit it.
John Adams on False AccusersSeptember 17, 2018
“We find in the rules laid down by the greatest English judges, who have been the brightest of mankind: We are to look upon it as more beneficial that many guilty persons should escape unpunished than one innocent should suffer. The reason is, because it is of more importance to the community that innocence should […]
Thankful? Yes!November 1, 2017
It is a strange time in which to be living—in these last days. The Christian has known that such a time would come, but talking about it or predicting it and living it are different things. I know the coming of the Lord may be years away (or it may be momentary) but the Scripture […]
Natural DisastersAugust 31, 2017
A number of interesting natural and unnatural things have happened in the last few days. We have seen an amazing solar eclipse which happens only a couple times in most people’s life time. Some people go too far on one side making such an eclipse a biblical sign from God, and others go too far […]