An Imitation of Life by Ben Ammi
redefining what constitutes true life and living in the New World
The most deadly illness is the one that you do not see. It is the one that goes untreated until it is too late. In An Imitation of Life, Ben Ammi dares to identify the fatal disease hidden in western liberal democracy and modern religion. He methodically dissects and challenges the common, acceptable aspects of society and daily life which blind man. His analysis is all the more compelling because liberal democracy is the socio-economic system of choice; desired by all nations we are led to believe. Its debilitation effects are at times undetected, and often defended by its victims, who are placated and numbed by lies.
Paperback: 223 pages
Publisher: Communicators Press (1999)
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