Here We Go Again

Biblical Insights to Counter Chronic Political Hype

by Mark D. West



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/20/2024

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9798385024087
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9798385024070
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9798385024094

About the Book

America is broken. Dissension, anger, and hopelessness, all describe the political feelings of many Americans. Families and friendships are fractured. Our struggles seem to grow worse with each new election as we hear the same old hype: "This is the most important election of our lifetimes." These realities apply to Christians and non-Christians alike. Yet, aren't Christians supposed to offer hope? Sadly, there's little evidence that Christians have the answers for America's struggles.

But there is hope. In "Here We Go Again" an old approach is revisited. Christians are reminded of an unconventional way of living, one that Jesus and his disciples taught and modeled for Christians to follow. In thought-provoking ways, "Here We Go Again" practically applies the truth of Scripture to many of today's most pressing political questions. Should a Christian vote for the lesser of two evils? Is Christianity’s goal to transform culture or to Make America Great Again? How should a Christian treat his political enemies? Can your vote thwart God's will? And more...

In"Here We Go Again" you will be challenged to realize that much of what you have been conditioned to believe, might be at odds with Scripture.

About the Author

Mark West is a former healthcare executive, CPA, bison rancher, and political activist. Following the sale of the senior living company he co-founded, Mark turned his focus to conservative political activism.

Mark's activism included working with a top-tier Presidential campaign, founding the Chattanooga Tea Party, and fighting for change locally, state-wide, and nationally. However, when an unorthodox Presidential candidate was embraced by conservatives, even though he lacked a conservative track record and shunned civility and respect for others, Mark began to question the movement he had dedicated himself to. During this same time, Mark recommitted to reading the Bible with a renewed passion and he began to understand that much of his political activism was at odds with the Scripture he was reading.

While Mark is no longer engaged in political activism, he remains concerned over America’s future. His focus though has shifted from external to internal change, beginning with the man in the mirror. Mark challenges others to prioritize individual heart transformation over Oval Office change.

Mark lives with his wife of forty-four years in Nokomis, Florida, and enjoys time with his family and serving in his church.

“And what do you benefit if you gain the whole world but lose your own soul?” Mark 8:36