The latest book is now out

The_Joys_of_Socialis_Cover_for_Kindle(1) Are we, in the USA, really sure we want to move toward Socialism? Do we really understand what it means? The Joys of Socialism chronicles one family’s adventure into European Socialism. It is by no means meant to be an exhaustive study on the differences between socialism and free market capitalism. It does, however, highlight some major differences. This book is intentional in its purpose; to make the reader think about such issues as health care, education, religion, taxes (Is there such thing as a free lunch?), and basic freedoms. The differences are enormous. You will have to read it to believe it!

Entering a Political Quagmire

“The dilemma of modern man is simple: he does not know why man has any meaning.” Francis A. Schaeffer

When we try to give meaning to human existence  with out being tethered to an outside reality we end up, intellectually, all over the place. Meaning becomes something I like. Meaning becomes something we like. Meaning becomes something arbitrary.
1. Abortion is okay because a fetus is not a Human.
2. A botched abortion produces a live Human.
3. The death penalty is wrong because it is inhumane (definition needed).
4. While assisted suicide is humane, because quality of life counts. (ah)
5. Vandalism, theft, and destruction of private property is okay if people are protesting (the proper cause).
6. Some candidates for president are scrutinized while others are ignored.

Shame on the news media for not having intellectual integrity.

I admit that I feel abused or violated after hearing or watching the news!

Fig Leaf Shorts: Understanding Adam and Eve’s Wardrobe Fiasco

Hey there friends and curiosity seekers. My new book is up and available. Have a look at what American theologian, semiotician, church historian, pastor, and author Leonard Sweet had to say:
Purchase a paperback copy here. – or – Purchase it on Kindle here.

FigLeafShortsFrom Len Sweet
I have good news and bad news . . . This book, if it carried the name of a Christian celebrity, would be an instant best-seller . . . It is fantastic . . .warm, witty, engaging, probing, provocative, yet gentle and nonthreatening. . .. I can’t tell you how much I like it.
Now the bad news . . . the publishing world is all about “celebritydom” . . .and no matter how good the book is, right now the name means everything. I’ve been sent books to review by celebrity preachers that were 1/10 this good . . . .and those were written by someone other than the celebrity . . .
So I’m not sure what to tell you . . . . . self-publish it; keep on knocking at the doors of a publisher and one may open . . . It is too good NOT to be out therefor people to enjoy . .