WILMINGTON, NC, January 12, 2018 — Since practically the beginning of recorded history we have heard tales of ruling bodies and political establishments that have been reformed or perhaps overthrown by new or opposing political philosophies. We are living in the very middle of one such movement today.
Trump and others within the Republican Party seem to be focused on tearing the “Obama Legacy” up by the roots; not just changing or reorganizing, but rather by annihilating and utterly negating anything having to do with Obama's administration.
The result of these melodramatic attempts at reorganization is that governments, markets, institutions, businesses and the public at large have become fearful, frustrated, moody and mistrustful.
Today political change in the US is accomplished through Executive Orders and formal processes of law. There are checks and balances in the Democratic political system. New political philosophies are implemented in a somewhat orderly, lawful fashion. That was not always the case.
“Few people would believe the Bible relates stories that are the equal of any great modern-day political upheaval, but it certainly does,” Ganci stated. There is nothing new under the sun. We have learned from sad experience that it is the nature and disposition of almost all men, as soon as they get a little authority, as they suppose, will immediately exercise abuse of power. Through any, and all despicable means to gain an irrational illusion of control over the affairs of free men.”
Gideon coverFrom 'Gideon's Glory': A feast of red wine and the fatted calf of subtle diplomacy were prepared in a shrewd appeal for assistance in Abimelech's quest for dominion. Abimelech gathered together his brethren in the house of his mother's flesh and reminded them of the importance of blood, saying, “I need you to fill the ears of Shechem. Tell the citizens it is better for them that I rule. Having my rule will be particularly useful to you, my dear cousins, as you will, by all accounts, receive the greatest advantage of my generosity and bounty. Explain to them that I, Abimelech, will personally rule without malice and without the distractions born from the slow process of debate and consensus currently practiced by the council of seventy. I will dismiss with the edge of my blade the council of the seventy sons of Jerubbaal, who are hard-pressed to make the simplest decisions, always inclined to the benefit of Israel, never the cause of Canaan.”
Joseph Ganci was recently chosen as one of '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' in the 2017 Book Awards. 'Gideon: The Sound and the Glory' has received rave reviews from readers and reviewers alike. A recent reviewer stated, “Joseph Ganci's prose is arresting, peppered with fantastic imagery and succinct descriptions of plot, characters, and setting. The themes are masterfully created, and they are woven into the story in a way that allows the reader to enjoy both the inspiration the story offers and the accompanying action. The book explores powerful spiritual and political themes, capturing the conflicts and the dynamics of life within the community of God's chosen people. Gideon: The Sound and the Glory will appeal to fans of political thrillers, adventure, and conflict-driven stories laced with intense action.” Other reviewers have used phrases such as “riveting,” “amazing” “deftly crafted” and “highly recommended.”
Joseph Ganci was recently chosen as one of '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' in the 2017 Book Awards. He was selected by public vote.
Ganci has also announced he will make his book available as a fundraising tool for like-minded associations and charities. Donors can receive an eBook version of 'Gideon' in exchange for a donation to a worthy cause. For more details, contact Joseph via email.
Joseph Ganci is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at [email protected]. 'Gideon: The Sound and the Glory' is available in both print, eBook, and a superb, ethnically correct audio narration. All from online retailers. More information is available at Ganci's website at http://www.gideonsglory.com.
Joseph Ganci is a Levite and a high priest and remains a passionate Italian. He is a Vietnam combat veteran and is the father of five daughters and five grandchildren. He resides in Texas.
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