Monday, September 06, 2010

Another Book Review

**Disclaimer- This review may offend people so I am simply going to say this, if you start reading this and get offended then stop reading it and leave. And if you feel that I have offended you so much that you need to leave a comment on my blog, I will delete the comment afterward. So please do not comment if you are offended by this, simply leave. This is my opinion of the book and I do not care if it makes you mad or whatever. This is my blog and I am entitled to my opinion.**

Hey everyone. Here is another book review on a book I read called Uncle Sam's plantation by Star Parker. This book was simply a great read. The main point of the book is how people believe that the Gov't will take care of them but in reality the Gov't takes advantage of people and ends up hurting people and not helping them. Another main point of the book is how religion actually helps people and if we all followed religion we would be happier. The world is in chaos right now because people are not following the standards of the bible. The book talks about how their are so many abortions every year because people belive it is ok to kill a kid when the bible clearly states how abortion is wrong and how a fetus is a living breathing creature from moment of conception. And how marriage is failing in the world because people don't stay with the traditional values of marriage set forth in the bible. The bible clearly states that marriage is between a man and woman and not between man and man and women and women and that when you try to have gay marriage it causes problems in the world and messes up marriages. The author basically makes a point that if people simply followed the bible messages we would all be much happier. And I agree. The bible is a great tool to have to leave a simply and happier life.

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