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Revolt Against Reality: Fighting the Foes of Sanity and Truth - From the Serpent to the State (Digital)

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We seem to be living in an age of insanity. Crimes against children, born and unborn; marriage defiled and redefined; the madness of transgenderism; the looming terror of trans-human-ism . . . the list goes on and on. And it’s getting uglier out there every day. Everywhere you look, the culture is twisting truth into lies and lies into truth.

How did we get to this bizarre point in history? More importantly, how can we fight the tide of insanity and win reality back?

In Revolt Against Reality, Gary Michuta (Hostile Witnesses, Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger) explains how an army of liars, manipulators, and bad actors has conspired literally from the beginning to thwart God’s plan for man—a plan of order and peace, centered on the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. Michuta takes you step by step through history, unmasking the enemies of faith and reason in every age—all the way back to Satan himself, who in the Garden of Eden promised that we could become our own gods.

Since then, every error, heresy, and moral abomination has been part of the same intricate network of lies, designed by the Father of Lies, to wrench us from what makes sense and trap us in a prison of contradiction and chaos.

We’ll never restore sanity to the world until we know how the enemy operates. Read Revolt Against Reality and you’ll understand his age-old tactics . . . and you’ll be prepared to fight back!

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Gary Michuta
eBook, 320 pages
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2 Reviews

  • 5

    Comprehensive look into how we got arrive at an insane world

    Posted by Jon on Feb 21st 2022

    This is a comprehensive approach to a break from reality through history and changes in the church. It breaks down the events that led us to where we are in gender ideology, abortion, and other anthropocentric endeavors. I learned a lot about the painful historical challenges of the Church and that what we're dealing now is not unique, but different and less civil. The last chapter has a few hopeful points, not terribly strong points, but reassuring nevertheless.

  • 5

    A book full of gold

    Posted by Amadeo Baleyos on Dec 8th 2021

    This book is easy to read and anyone who is interested in this topic can read this book even though you are still new and have no experience in this topic. Lastly even if this book is easy to read its still pack with gold in very page.

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