The Book is divided into 3 parts with summaries at the end of each. Here is part of Part 2 summary: "Along with John Lennon we imagined a world of sharing, tolerance and peace. We had the best of intentions. We merely wanted to love each other. However, by rejecting a Creator, we reject a created order—a moral universe. Thus, we fall prey to our own primal drivers. Ultimately, this all leads to “Big Sis”, as we surrender ourselves to a corrupt and intrusive government based on “equality” and fear. In short, to reject the fear of the Lord is to accept the fear of everything else. To remove the Cross is to carry the weight of the world’s manipulation."
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About the Author
Boyd has experienced many unusual things. He grew up in a very large and turbulent family. His mom went blind when he was a child. His father was a battered war veteran who worked as a drill instructor in the Marines--running his family like a boot camp.at times. Having learned to cook for his family, Boyd grew up to manage restaurants. But, then went down a path of drug abuse and addiction. Finally, after turning to God for help, he overcame drug addiction and joined a Catholic monastery for 5 years. Later he left the Benedictines and got a job in a shipyard. He married a political refugee from Mexico City, is raising 3 children and has sold several poems and articles over the years. He has 5 books on Amazon: a book of poetry "The Weight of the World", a lifetime achievement "Where do physical ethics come from?" and "Primal Ethics" as well as an amateur theology essay/book "Is God dying". His most recent is a book on Postmodernism titled "Common Misread of Reality". He can be reached for comment at firstname.lastname@example.org.