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Paperback, Published in Aug 2008 by Xulon Press

ISBN10: 1606473263 | ISBN13: 9781606473269

Page count: 176

Imagine the worst that could happen - the atomic wars in the 21st Century. 200 years after the wars, a Grandfather gives advice to his grandson on the Christian ideals and formulas that allowed a group of Christians and Jews to survive. He also gives the early warnings for the atomic wars, which were sent out by the ancestral grandfather before the start of the wars. The warnings are for any parent who is concerned about the interaction of Judeo-Christian beliefs and secular politics. The warnings are about the waning of Judeo-Christian beliefs and the rise of secular humanism and moral relativism, which lead to the potential for nuclear war between the Muslim nations and western nations. The book gives hope that with Christian beliefs and practices, the true Christian believers will be saved. This book contains the writings of an elderly man living in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born in 1945, at the end of WWII. He graduated from University of Dayton with Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, and study in philosophy, theology and psychology. He had failures in marriage, which sent him searching for the correct outlook on life. While searching, he spent 30 years in the property casualty Insurance business helping people to resolve their problems. He was robbed of his natural children by abortion. Then, at the age of 55, God rewarded him with a step-grandson. He started writing advice to the Step Grand-Son based on Christian ideals. It is hoped that these writings will help move young people toward the proper value system to keep the greatness of America going forward, and, as an apocalyptic warning of the dire consequences of secular liberal thinking.

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