While engaged in a global war on terror, the United States of America struggles at home with an equally threatening conflict—a culture war. When the US Supreme Court enacted the constitutional Marriage Amendment in 2015, it not only opened a door that legitimized same-sex marriage but a door wide enough to transform the very fabric of American society.
In The Late Great Awakening: Navigating Uncertain Times with the Eyes of Faith, C. S. Alvarez, the author of numerous articles on the intersection of faith and culture, reveals the endgame of this domestic battle will be centralized state power and the abolition of First Amendment freedoms. The breakdown of the traditional family unit will erode the foundation of society in America, and if she falls, the cataclysmic impact will be felt globally. In the pages of this book, Alvarez answers penetrating questions such as:
- Is there another nation in the world powerful enough to protect religious freedom?
- Where was the Christian church when America’s moral fiber began unraveling—why didn’t she make a difference?
- Will Christians in America suffer persecution for their faith?
Alvarez concludes by calling the church to a restored and reinvigorated biblical perspective anchored in an authentic hope in Christ and renewed zeal to save the lost.