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The Light and the Rod (Biblical Governance Corruptions) by Dan Wolf

The Light and the Rod (Biblical Governance Corruptions)

Written by: Dan Wolf
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Only two approaches for structuring society exist. We hear the first from our politicians today when they promise to end all kinds of injustice by using governance to create rights. Fulfilling their promises requires top down command and control methods for society, the economy, our actions, etc. Society becomes ordered through law; man controlling his own destiny. All the isms use these means to achieve their stated ends. These include ideologies such as; communism, fascism, humanism, liberalism, Marxism, progressivism, rationalism, secularism, and socialism—just to name a few.But despite all the hype, effort, and support for the first approach, it always fails. There is, however, a second approach which has worked. America’s Founders used this one to lay our society’s foundations. How do these approaches differ? How does each approach influence society? How did the principles underlying this second approach set the stage for the Industrial Revolution and today’s prosperity?The answers matter, especially when today’s political climate asks us to make decisions profoundly effecting society. Do we have the information we need to make a wise choice? How do we know? Which choice is truly in our best interest?The Light and the Rod explores these questions and the implications for each approach. The first volume lays out the significant differences between the two approaches. The second examines two corruptions of the second approach. Both volumes discuss the impacts on such basic notions as rights, justice, virtue, and morality. Society’s success, and your welfare, depend upon our choice.

A Handbook of Natural Rights by Dan Wolf

A Handbook of Natural Rights

Written by: Dan Wolf
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Natural rights provide all societies moral foundation. They bind a people together because they are grounded in justice. Wherever justice is lacking, society’s members become unbound—there is division. They no longer recognize a common set of rights, and therefore are no longer a people.

Coexist by Dan Wolf

Coexist

Written by: Dan Wolf
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Our country has changed. Our founding principles are being over-written with a post-modern perspective. A world view where truth is no longer objective, but subjective. Man defining his own truth. This view is taught to our children. We hear it from our politicians in both parties. It is espoused and supported by our media and academics.

A War for God by Dan Wolf

A War for God

Written by: Dan Wolf
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Until recently, over sixty percent of Americans believed we were on the wrong track and have for the last three years. We face two main threats today. The first one is internal and the other primarily external. The first relates to our ability to control our own lives; the second our safety and security.

Collectivism and Charity by Dan Wolf

Collectivism and Charity

Written by: Dan Wolf
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The work closes with supposing that maybe charity is really rooted in collectivism, and briefly looks at three periods from history where collectivism prevailed: (1) Henry VIII’s becoming head of the Church of England, (2) the War for Independence and French Revolution, and (3) America’s war on poverty. It closes with a brief look at the roles of individuals and charitable organizations, and some final thoughts on our responsibility for charity and what it entails. The choice is ours.

Do You Want to Be Free? (Companion Book) by Dan Wolf

Do You Want to Be Free? (Companion Book)

Written by: Dan Wolf
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Companion book of reflections regarding the relationship between who you are, your purpose, your freedom, and the implications of those answers for governance.

Do You Want To Be Free? by Dan Wolf

Do You Want To Be Free?

Written by: Dan Wolf
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Are we losing our freedom by forgetting the very things which set us apart? We no longer understand our history’s lessons. Two governance philosophies have existed since the ancient world. This book examines freedom’s source, how freedom shaped governance, what generic governance forms emerged, and how those forms impact society. In the process you will discover your purpose – and gain hope.