World of Lies by Carl R. Dillenback

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World of Lies is a simplified, easy to read and readily understandable, study, of how and why the great civilizations of the past rose, grew in prominence, declined, and were destroyed.

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Written by Carl R. Dillenback
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1600474538
Book Dimensions 6x9
Format Paperback
Pages 244

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World of Lies is a simplified, easy to read and readily understandable, study, of how and why the great civilizations of the past rose, grew in prominence, declined, and were destroyed. It explores the conditions and causation that have brought us down the very same perilous road to destruction, and exposes both the prevaricates, and the prevaricator. It is not politically correct; nor does it mince words, spare feelings, or cherished concepts and beliefs. It does give us what we need to know and understand if we are to survive. The author asserts that avoiding the fate of our predecessors is easily recognizable and completely doable. Yet, if history is any indicator of the future, we will continue to follow our beloved "guru's" of confusion, and not heed the warning voices the past and present. Inevitably, we will suffer the fate of our ancestors. It is simple cause and effect. History demands it, and without serious change in our personal and national character very soon, we cannot avoid it. Carl R. Dillenback is an author with over 30 years of practical and academic experience as an historian, student of the Bible, law enforcement officer, investigator, and teacher. He is an historian who accepts the Bible as factual, and asserts that it is the pivotal key to understanding who we are, where we have been, and hence, where we are going. World of Lies is a look at history, politics and religion from a unique, penetrating, and sometimes, soberly disturbing, perspective.

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World of Lies is a simplified, easy to read and readily understandable, study, of how and why the great civilizations of the past rose, grew in prominence, declined, and were destroyed.

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