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End of Days?

Striving to Stay with a God of Surprises


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End of Days? by John O. Hunter
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Forty years ago, who would have predicted marriage would no longer have meaning, body parts of aborted babies would be sold, and basic freedoms of speech and religion would be under attack? Back then, we still had primitive notions that the father of a child had an inescapable duty toward not only his baby but to the mother, we thought infanticide and suicide were wrong, and we even thought cities and states could not deny the rule the law. My, how things have changed! In this book, John O. Hunter looks back at the massive shift in our morals with a nostalgic appreciation for the past. He also describes the power of propaganda and Orwellian influence, as well as the power of art and literature to defeat the lie, with specific reference to artists such as Alexander Solzhenitsyn. While the author expresses concern for the present, his Christian faith and knowledge of artificial intelligence make him a believer in our future. The stage is set for the next stage of evolution, as long as the next generation can team up with thinking machines to reach a higher spiritual and material ground than weve ever known before.

Author Biography

John O. Hunter worked in higher education for almost fifty years. More than half of his career was spent as president of five different colleges; he also helped found and build numerous institutions. In 2005, he was selected as a distinguished president by Phi Theta Kappa International. He is also the author of Reading Yeats and Striving to Be a College President, For the Love of Poetry, Letters to Young Friends, Values and the Future, Poet Unbound, and Chasing Crazy Horse: A Wasichu Interpretation of the Lakota Tragedy.
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April 19th, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
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