Architects of the Culture of Death

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  • Product Code: ACDP
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN/UPC: 9781586170165
  • Length: 1.25
  • Size (HxW): 8 x 5.25
  • Pages: 410
  • Availability: In stock
  • Publication date: April 01, 2004
  • Weight: 17.04 oz
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The phrase, "the Culture of Death", is bandied about as a catch-all term that covers abortion, euthanasia and other attacks on the sanctity of life. In Architects of the Culture of Death, authors Donald DeMarco and Benjamin Wiker expose the Culture of Death as an intentional and malevolent ideology promoted by influential thinkers who specifically attack Christian morality's core belief in the sanctity of human life and the existence of man's immortal soul. In scholarly, yet reader-friendly prose, DeMarco and Wiker examine the roots of the Culture of Death by introducing 23 of its architects, including Ayn Rand, Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Jean-Paul Sartre, Alfred Kinsey, Margaret Sanger, Jack Kevorkian, and Peter Singer.

Still, this is not a book without hope. If the Culture of Death rests on a fragmented view of the person and an eclipse of God, the future of the Culture of Life relies on an understanding and restoration of the human being as a person, and the rediscovery of a benevolent God. The personalism of John Paul II is an illuminating thread that runs through Architects, serving as a hopeful antidote.

Benjamin Wiker

Benjamin Wiker is the author of Moral Darwinism.

Ph.D. Donald Demarco

Donald De Marco, an Associate Professor of Philosophy at St. Jerome's College, Ontario, has written hundreds of magazine articles, and is the author of eleven books.

"An action-packed, riveting and educational expose that reveals little-known facts that are shocking and incredible. You will not want to put this book down..." 
-Judy Brown, PresidentAmerican Life League

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