In a televised interview on the popular Christian Broadcasting Network show “Newswatch,” “How Evil Works” author David Kupelian didn’t hold back in identifying one of the institutions most responsible for allowing evil to flourish in America: today’s churches.
“Hasn’t the church in America done a poor job of explaining what sin and evil really is?” “Newswatch” anchor Lee Webb asked Kupelian.
“The churches have very much fallen down on the job,” responded Kupelian, who said they “have been subverted and dumbed down just like everything else: Our schools, our colleges, our major institutions have really been hurt, they’ve been subverted, they’ve lost their core message that they had, that really gave the great strength that America has had for all these years.”
“If I were the devil and I wanted to really ruin America, who would I subvert and attack? I would attack the churches, the schools and the news media,” Kupelian added.
Here is the five-minute interview with Kupelian from the July 6 edition of “Newswatch”:
WND’s managing editor for the past decade, Kupelian is an award-winning journalist and author of the culture-war classic “The Marketing of Evil.”
In his just-released sequel, “How Evil Works,” Kupelian probes the ancient question of evil through a modern journalist’s eye, once again demonstrating his uncanny knack for demystifying complex, elusive and intimidating subjects with fresh insights into the hidden mechanisms of seduction, corruption and power politics. Diving into today’s most electrifying news stories – from terrorism and school shootings to high-profile sex scandals and political dysfunction – Kupelian explores such profoundly troubling questions as:
How does terrorism really work?
Why are New Age religions becoming so popular?
Why do so many celebrities who “have it all” – talent, fame, good looks, wealth, adoration – end up self-destructing?
Why are big lies more believable than little ones?
Why are boys doing worse in school today than girls?
Why do we treat mental, emotional and spiritual problems like anger and depression with drugs?
As with “The Marketing of Evil,” many readers, like these Amazon reviewers, say they are profoundly affected by the book:
- “A truly terrific book, very honest and politically incorrect – just the kind of honest assessment that we must be willing to make if we are to deal with the progressive and secular humanist cancers destroying modern society and, ultimately, mankind.”
- “This is the most thought-provoking current-events book I’ve ever read, far and away the best book of the 21st century so far.”
- “It made me want to become braver and it helped me to become clearer on what I really do believe. … I don’t want to be too over-the-top here, but this book was life-transforming for me.”
- “Enlightening far beyond what I expected – encouraging in that if you understand the core and intent of evil you can protect yourself and your family from it!!”
- “This is one of those books that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.”
- “This guy’s books are powerful. It’s now clear why the Left is trying to get his books banned, why they hate his works; he’s keenly effective, and right!”
Sean Hannity, who launched “How Evil Works” on his top-rated radio show and subsequently featured Kupelian on his Fox News show “Hannity,” called “How Evil Works” “terrific,” telling listeners, “This is a powerful book … I couldn’t put it down.”
Superstar Chuck Norris praises “How Evil Works” as Kupelian’s “new insightful treatise on what truly lurks behind the troubles in government and America.”
No. 1 New York Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi calls it “fresh, original and startlingly insightful. … A truly important book.”
Radio legend Barry Farber says, “With the unapologetic outrage of a saint and the fearless fury of a General Patton, here comes David Kupelian turning a blowtorch of good upon the putrid cobwebs of evil.”
And Liberty Counsel’s Matt Barber says, “‘How Evil Works’ has the same effect on your brain that yawning has on your ears at high altitude. Things just suddenly pop with crystal clarity.”
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