Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 11 2021
Height: 0.31 Width: 5.98 Depth: 9.02
Over one hundred years ago - before Watergate, junk bonds, Enron, or the Great Financial Crisis - the Supreme Court of the United States declared,
The foundation of a republic is the virtue of its citizens. As the foundation is undermined, the structure is weakened. When it is destroyed, the fabric must fall.
Simply put, when the level of public virtue falls, our interpretation of justice begins to erode with it.
Montgomery insists that modern men must begin once again to judge their behavior on the basis of God's revelation of right and wrong. In this little book he argues his case briefly but brilliantly, and conveys a sense of certainty which is both challenging and refreshing.