Yesterday’s Paradise

Light Educational Ministries

You won’t believe how on-target this book is.

I’m passing up transgender nooze today because I think we’ve all had enough of that for the time being.

Instead, we have a meaty and insightful review, by Martin Selbrede, of R.J. Rushdoony’s 1977 classic, Revolt Against Maturity. It’s a fairly long read, but well worth your time.

Let me share with you the crowning quote from Rushdoony’s book. Look sharp, don’t miss it–

“Yesterday’s paradise is today’s hell.”

Whooooo! He just covered the whole history of the Soviet Union in just five words!

Think, think, think about what Rushdoony says. Anything going on today that’s sold to us as the express route to Paradise… and will very likely by a one-way ride to hell? Do you think that maybe psychiatry might have the answers? Maybe we can get them from The Party… or from Science.

Amazing, how clearly this man saw the future.

6 comments on “Yesterday’s Paradise

  1. A great book and a great review of it. As RJR says, the world will never know perfection yet fallen man thinks he can perfect it – big mistake proven by all the millions of dead bodies killed by the State.

  2. Don’t forget the old definition of insanity, doing the same thing over and over, and expecting different results.

    I’ll have to read the review, and probably the book.

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