The Silent War by Henry Rogers

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Amid the smoky dance clubs and seedy sections of town, there exist a thriving pornography industry. But it doesn’t end there, and so the danger to men is all the greater.

For in hotel rooms, trendy bookstores, television screens, and internet websites, there is enough viewing of pornographic materials to trap lives forever.

It is the world that author Henry Rogers reveals to us in a book that has too few peers. The Silent War, through interviews, statistics, and other facts, traces the unraveling of American men by the claws of pornography. Rogers, chaplain for Interstate Batteries, discusses his own battle with this terrible addiction, then builds concrete steps for helping others climb out of the pit.The Silent War is a lifeline in a world in love with evil.


About Henry Rogers

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Henry J. Rogers is the corporate chaplain for Interstate Batteries in Dallas, Texas. He serves on the President's Council for Dallas Theological Seminary and on the boards for World Impact-Dallas, Children's Hope Chest, and as chairman of the board for Probe Ministries. He is the author of The Silent War: Ministering to Those Trapped in the Deception of Pornography and coauthor with Heather Jamison of the teen books Keeping It Real and Real Stuff.
Published January 31, 2000 by New Leaf Press. 240 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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