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THE RIGHTEOUS AND THE MIGHTY By David T. Morgan
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The year is 2021. The "Righteous," led by popular televangelists Paul St. Clair and Abel Smedley, are trying--as they have been for nearly 50 years--to overturn the Roe vs. Wade Supreme... More > Court decision that legalized abortion in 1973. Thwarting their efforts is the "Mighty," Theodore ("Ted") Collins, the 45th President of the United States. Already considered an ally of the Antichrist by St. Clair and Smedley, Collins sends them into a virtual rage when he announces at a press conference that he intends to ask Congress for a "right-to-die" bill so that he can sign it and legalize euthanasia in America. There follows a dramatic confrontation that includes an attempt on Collins's life and a presidential attack on the televangelists to bring down their religious empires.< Less
A Blue Voice Crying in the Wilderness of a Red State By David T. Morgan
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The format and contents of this book are quite simple. There are three parts. Parts I and II consist of letters to the editor by the compiler--published letters in Part I and selected unpublished... More > ones in Part II. The third part is an appendix that consists of an address the author and compiler presented to the Hemlock Society of San Diego on March 8, 2009. The book's contents will likely be controversial, since the writer lives in perhaps the Reddest of the Red states and his views in most instances are among the Bluest of the Blue--two main exceptions being the author's stand on illegal immigration and his approval of capital punishment for murderers. As for the appendix, it offers a strong argument in favor of "pulling the plug on Grandma," if she wants it pulled. In short, this book is sure to gladden the hearts of some and raise tempers to fever pitch in others.< Less
America's Revival Tradition and the Evangelists Who Made It By David T. Morgan
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The religious revival meeting has been a vital part of American culture from the colonial period to the present. Begun by Puritan preachers in the 17th century, it has persisted through the years... More > and decades of our history. This book is about the evangelists who created and perpetuated that revival tradition--from Jonathan Edwards to Billy Graham and the televangelists of our day. The focus is on the evangelists and their unique contributions, but at the same time the book reveals the respective flaws of those dynamic preachers of the Christian gospel.< Less
A Blue Voice Crying in the Wilderness of a Red State By David T. Morgan
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The format and contents of this book are quite simple. There are three parts. Parts I and II consist of letters to the editor by the compiler--published letters in Part I and selected unpublished... More > ones in Part II. The third part is an appendix that consists of an address the author and compiler presented to the Hemlock Society of San Diego on March 8, 2009. The book's contents will likely be controversial, since the writer lives in perhaps the Reddest of the Red states and his views in most instances are among the Bluest of the Blue--two main exceptions being the author's stand on illegal immigration and his approval of capital punishment for murderers. As for the appendix, it offers a strong argument in favor of "pulling the plug on Grandma," if she wants it pulled. In short, this book is sure to gladden the hearts of some and raise tempers to fever pitch in others.< Less
THE RIGHTEOUS AND THE MIGHTY By David T. Morgan
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The year is 2021. The "Righteous," led by popular televangelists Paul St. Clair and Abel Smedley, are trying--as they have been for nearly 50 years--to overturn the Roe vs. Wade Supreme... More > Court decision that legalized abortion in 1973. Thwarting their efforts is the "Mighty," Theodore ("Ted") Collins, the 45th President of the United States. Already considered an ally of the Antichrist by St. Clair and Smedley, Collins sends them into a virtual rage when he announces at a press conference that he intends to ask Congress for a "right-to-die" bill so that he can sign it and legalize euthanasia in America. There follows a dramatic confrontation that includes an attempt on Collins's life and a presidential attack on the televangelists to bring down their religious empires.< Less
America's Revival Tradition and the Evangelists Who Made It By David T. Morgan
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The religious revival meeting has been a vital part of American culture from the colonial period to the present. Begun by Puritan preachers in the 17th century, it has persisted through the years... More > and decades of our history. This book is about the evangelists who created and perpetuated that revival tradition--from Jonathan Edwards to Billy Graham and the televangelists of our day. The focus is on the evangelists and their unique contributions, but at the same time the book reveals the respective flaws of those dynamic preachers of the Christian gospel.< Less