Abraham Jacob could not be happier. He has met the love of his life, Leslie Wellbrook and his liberal with conservative values talk radio show is off to a booming start. His philosophy of taking the six commandments and teaching them to school children so as not to cross the First Amendment, has hit aa popular chord with the public. His problems begin when a rich supporter enter his life. He thinks that Abe's growing popularity will lead to Abe's becoming a strong political figure in American politics and possibly one day President of the United States. The wealthy supporter pledges millions to start the process of getting Abe elected. When Abe finds out his benefactor wants to create a world where religion is outlawed, Abe has to decide whether to go along with him or stop him.
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About the Author
The Radio Philosopher is the culmination of the author's college ambition to be a contemporary fiction writer. The book was written while the author worked in two family owned retail stores and while along with his wife were raising four children. His background comes from a General Studies degree from L.S.U. with an emphasis on philosophy and history, and through years of working with the public in a retail environment. He also had a unique perspective on religion as he grew up Jewish in a largely Catholic community.