The Spiritual, Moral, & Civil Decay of America

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Religion - 131 pages
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Author Brian Cooper reflects on the events over the past 40 plus years which he feels has resulted in a general spiritual, moral, and civil decay of values in America. His observations and perspectives are drawn from a blend of personal, historical, and scriptural reference points.

Considering the recent tragedy in America on September 11, 2001, his perspective will challenge you to confront the American way of life as we know it today and the America as it existed in more innocent times.

He firmly believes that on September 11, 2001, as often occurred in ancient times, God has embarked on an attempt to redirect his people from their rebellious ways. Many Americans have lost sight of the true benefactor of their wealth and prosperity. Its Christian roots continue to deteriorate, being replaced with the worship of false gods and a growing hunger for the "sensational." Will America recover from its waywardness, or will the Spiritual, moral, and civil decay of America continue?

 

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Contents

Why The Rush?
5
Setting the Original Scene
17
Chains are Forged
31
The Great Material Harvest
41
The Great Diversion
53
At What Price this Tolerance?
57
Forgiveness and Accountability
77
Accountability and Responsibility
85
Redefining the Meaning of Success
101
The Solution
111
Bibliography
127
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About the author (2002)

Brian A. Cooper is a graduate of Wofford College, a highly rated liberal arts college in Spartanburg, S.C. With a B.A. in English, Cooper had initially planned a career as a college professor, but was diverted by the Vietnam War, where he served as an Army Aircraft Maintenance Officer, helicopter test pilot, and instructor pilot.

Upon his return from Vietnam, he sought a business career in the manufacturing industry where he worked for 12 years in several key senior management positions. In the early 1980's, he transitioned into the manufacturing software industry where he put his English Major to work, authoring the first application (user) manuals for a major MRP software supplier in Atlanta, GA. Since that time, he has remained in this industry as an Implementation Consultant, Project Manager, Director of Professional Services, and now is President of his own consulting firm, Brian A. Cooper & Associates, Inc. His company focuses on helping companies improve their bottom line through a unique copyrighted operational analysis program.

He and his wife, Pam are members of Weddington United Methodist Church in Weddington, NC where he serves on several committees, teaches an adult Sunday School class, and is an officer in the United Methodist Men's group at Weddington UMC.

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