Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis

Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis

by Jimmy Carter
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Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
BillWMI More than 1 year ago
Jimmy Carter isn't seen by many people as a good president. I think he was a very good president for everything he had to deal with. There ere those on the right today that are constantly wanting to bring their religious beliefs into government. President Carter knew there had to be a solid wall of separation but that he could allow his faith to be his guide in the many decisions he had to make. The values that this country once had are under sharp attack by many on the right and to a lesser extent even on the left. President Carter brings up the many national and international issues that have been taken over by those that don't have the true concerns of our country in mind.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read, felt like it was coming from the heart. very refreshing to hear from a politician who seems to care about his beliefs and his country but want to make choices that are good for everyone, not just those who worship as he does...
Krueger15 More than 1 year ago
Carter really tries to send a message in this book. He discusses the many fierce issues in our country today, and how many times we don't do anything about it and we've created this crisis. He gives his opinions on each topic, and being a Christian, he has his own opinions on religious issues and the division between church and state. Carter, who is very involved in his religion, has very arguable opinions and he delivers convincing arguments on our "values." I read this book for a CAPP Political Science class, and it wasn't to bad to read. The issues in the book were not boring to read, and I didn't find myself to disappointed with it. I enjoyed reading Carter's reactions to our countries moral crisis, and our values. His opinions are very convincing and his views are hard to disagree with. Being a Christian like Carter, I agreed with most of his religious views and his church and state discussions. Our Endangered Values is a journey the Carter take you on to find what's wrong with our countries values, and what can be done to fix it.
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Geiger4 More than 1 year ago
In reading this book I found that Jimmy Carter addressed many conflicts that our nation is facing and responded to them while keeping those responses true to his religious beliefs. Carter addresses these conflicts while stating that they are not hopeless or never-ending.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
After reading the book Our Endangered Values I agreed with much about what the author had to say. I felt that he made many great points about how the equality of women in religion needs to increase and the fact that because of 911 many of our human rights are now being sacrificed. Also I felt that Mr. Carter was right in saying that we need to stop going to war with every country that poses a threat on our nations security. Because by doing so we are just creating a larger target for ourselves against terrorism. I highly recommend reading this book.