This is my latest eBook that shows how the entire economy is dependent on traditional Christian values.
In this eBook I explain how the global economy will quickly collapse if world leaders try to replace Christianity with globalization, humanism or socialism or anything else.
The question that leaders are asking around the world today is 'does the world need Christianity anymore?' now that we have globalization, Europe and Asia to lead the global economy.
If Christianity is nothing more then an American religion and America is no longer the economic leader, then can it be discarded?
This eBook digs into this question and looks at how dependent the world is on Christianity, while showing that if this question is not answered correctly it could put the global economy into a tailspin.
If you’re a Christian or not, this eBook will show you how Christianity is without a doubt the cornerstone of the U.S. economy, in which the global economy rests upon.
This eBook reveals how important is it for the values of Christianity to be legally and politically defended and what will happen if they are not.
This is not fiction. The conclusion is based on historical facts and current events, which form a defense of Christianity and suggest that a revival is the answer to the global recession.
Here are some of the topics covered:
- Immorality Destroys the Economy
- Can Globalization Replace Christianity?
- Morality Needs to Increase so that Government Can Decrease
- We Need God, Not Obama or the Next Anti-Christ
- It Will Take a Revolution
- The Author of Economic Stability is None Other Than Jesus Christ
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