The Death of a Nation

The Death of a Nation The Death of a Nation Paperback John A Stormer Publisher Liberty Bell Press nd printing edition Product Dimensions x x inches Shipping Weight ounces

  • Title: The Death of a Nation
  • Author: John A. Stormer
  • ISBN: 9780914053033
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Death of a Nation Paperback John A Stormer Publisher Liberty Bell Press 2nd printing edition 1968 Product Dimensions 6.9 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces

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    1. This book is essentially an updating of his earlier work, None Dare Call It Treason. Written 4 years after "Treason", it summarizes the earlier book, and adds his argument for the ultimate reason behind the "conspiracy" (he still had a way to grow spiritually when he wrote "Treason"). Well thought out and compelling, this is the book that got me "off the fence", and brought me to Christ from agnosticism.Not an easy read, but worth your time, especially if you want to know how the world REALLY wo [...]

    2. An excellent analysis of what was happening to our country in the time it was written. It explains why America is becoming a secular country. It explains why America is losing its moral compass. It also provides a road map for how to get back on track. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who would like to know how we as a country have gotten into the mess we are presently in. I have read and reread this book and find it a valuable resource.

    3. It was hard and weird reading especially at first, because in his eyes, everything that happens in society is really a communist plot to destroy America. That being said, he really nailed some key points that the real downfall of America (or any nation) is because they fall away from spiritual things and the things of God. He explains how it happens and why it is so bad.

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