Fall of a Nation by Herbert M. Barber Jr. Ph.D.
a Biblical perspective of a modern problem

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America is quickly eroding as a nation. Our political, economic,
and social structures have collapsed, and life as we know it is
quickly disappearing. To correct our decline, Republicans argue
that we need less government, and Democrats argue that we
need more government. Both parties claim understanding, but
apparently neither has wisdom. Unfortunately, we have failed to
consult God in our attempt to recover.

God’s word provides a clear illustration regarding where America
is politically, economically, and socially in Genesis and Exodus.
The demise of America parallels almost perfectly with the demise
of the Israelites in Egypt. The similarities are eerily disturbing.

If God’s word is true, that we reap what we sow, then it is equally
true that we, like the Israelites, control the harvest. The Israelites’
harvest included 430 years of bondage, and it is becoming
increasingly apparent that America’s harvest will result in nothing
less, but remember; we controlled the harvest.
 

About Herbert M. Barber Jr. Ph.D.

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Dr. Herbert M. Barber, Jr. has worked in the international engineering and construction industry for over twenty five years. His area of expertise lies at the intersection of engineering economics and decision modeling. He consults with clients regarding the financial feasibility and economic impact of implementing large industrial and infrastructure projects around the world. Dr. Barber holds fifi ve academic degrees in engineering and economics from Georgia Southern University, Florida State University, and Mississippi State University. He is a son, husband, and father, but most of all, a child of God.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by WestBowPress. 124 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, History, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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