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Fatherhood in America — How to truly make America great, again

fatherhood in america book coverMichael D.  Juzwick has written a new eBook titled Fatherhood in the United States of America: An Historical, Prophetic, & Practical Guide for Biblical Male Leadership in Family Development.

Ezra Taft Benson, America farmer and Secretary of Agriculture in the cabinet of U. S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, wrote,

“Fatherhood is not a matter of station or wealth. It is a matter of desire, diligence and determination to see one’s family exalted in the celestial kingdom. If that prize is lost, nothing else really matters.”

Juzwick in his book helps us understand why fatherhood is essential to our culture, society and is the building block principle upon which these United States of America was founded. A primary goal of Juzwick’s book is to expose the unrelenting attacks on the biological family. “Much of the problem is centered in the overthrow, and attack, now being leveled at parental leadership and authority. Our evolution as a nation has created an ungodly, and disparaging disposition of men, who are responsible for fathering the children of this nation,” warns Juzwick.

Juzwick writes:

The Great Seal of the United States of America reflects the founding and history of our American Republic. The eagle was chosen to be our National symbol because of its characteristics. Biblical accounts like in Isaiah chapter 40 verse 31 teaches us that – “… they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

But, this is not the main reference we can look at in learning God Almighty’s purpose for this land. [Emphasis added]

What is God Almighty’s purpose for this land?

Liberty! Liberty is the hallmark of this Constitutional Republican form of government. But as Juzwick notes, “Liberty as any other freedom granted by our Maker, can be profaned and squandered.”

“America has been under an evil spiritual attack since its inception,” according to Juzwick.

Pennsylvania State University is perhaps the latest example of liberty “profaned and squandered.” In the column Penn State Scandal: When Child Sex Abuse is ‘Harmless’, Dr. Judith Reisman, PhD writes:

On Monday, March 20, 2017, Graham Spanier, past president of Penn State University, is scheduled to go to trial on charges of criminal child endangerment and conspiracy related to former football coach Jerry Sandusky’s rapes of little boys. At issue is whether Spanier, who was president of Penn State at the time, failed to investigate or covered up Sandusky’s crimes.

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In fact, Spanier’s story exemplifies the consequences of sexual liberalism in academia. During his 16 years at Penn State, Spanier oversaw a number of questionable sexually charged activities. For example, Spanier apparently had no problem with Patrick Califia-Rice, a transgender sadomasochism and pedophilia advocate who keynoted a speech at Penn State in 2002. The president likewise supported an on-campus Sex Faire sporting fun for all such as “orgasm bingo” and “the tent of consent.” When asked if the fair was morally wrong, Spanier said, “It depends on what your definition of immoral is.” Given his moral confusion, would reports of Sandusky’s child rapes have elicited concern?

Juzwick writes in the books Preface, “Though the content of this book may offend certain interest groups that have been assimilated into our American culture at large, we will speak to those that are revealed in God’s Word to be an abomination in His sight… Our efforts in this treatment of the subject of – Fatherhood in the United States of America – is to grant us greater capacity to carry out the great purposes ordained by our Lord God from the beginning of time.”

This book is long overdue in America and across the globe. Let His truth go marching on.

Here is a video of Elvis Presley singing Glory Glory Hallelujah, an American Trilogy:

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