On the eve of annihilation, we all drank beer and watched the Superbowl. While we watched, those who controlled the world's wealth and influence slowly strangled our civilization and the people of our wonderful world.
But all is not lost to greed, conceit, and immorality, for our world and its people are indeed mostly good. Our human devices, on the other hand, like the bottom line and political power, are all fleeting, temporary, and have only coincidental effect. In Good and Evil Volume III: The Eve of Annihilation, Professor Emeritus and author Robert R. Fiedler challenges us to take another, deeper look at what we accept for fact and leads us in an essential exploration of universal Christianity and God's universal truth.
What can good people do when the wealth and power of public and private institutions are controlled by those with no respect for their fellow man? Where can we look for guidance when men alien to decency have assumed responsible positions in government and finance? The contest is as it has always been-combatting what is evil, loving what is good, and living out, as best we can, our Christ-given human destiny.