A Point in Time: The Search for Redemption in This Life and the Next

David Horowitz (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$24.95
Publisher
Regnery Publishing
Publish Date
August 29, 2011
Pages
128
Dimensions
5.44 X 0.65 X 8.56 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781596982901
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About the Author

David Horowitz is a noted conservative commentator and New York Times bestselling author. He is the founder and CEO of the David Horowitz Freedom Center in Los Angeles and the author of Big Agenda, Radical Son, and The Black Book of the American Left.

Reviews

Praise for
A POINT IN TIME

"David Horowitz is so powerful a polemicist that it is often forgotten how beautifully he writes. For the same reason, the deeply considered philosophical perspective and the wide-ranging erudition underlying his political passions are just as often overlooked. But it is precisely these qualities that come to the fore and shine through so brilliantly in the linked meditations that make up A Point in Time. With Marcus Aurelius, Ecclesiastes, and Dostoevsky as its guides, this little book boldly ventures into an exploration of first things and last that is as moving as it is profound."
--NORMAN PODHORETZ, author of Why Are Jews Liberals?

"A beautiful book, both sad and uplifting. Moving in turns from the intimate to the universal, Horowitz not only explores but also embodies the dignity of the tragic worldview. A Point in Time is a poignant and elegiac reflection on life from a man who bears the burden of unknowing with courage and grace."
--ANDREW KLAVAN, author of True Crime and Empire of Lies

"Emulating Marcus Aurelius, David Horowitz has produced a meditation on facing death that is poignant and wise. Whether invoking the Stoics or reflecting on his own father, he helps us think through that most basic of all questions: what is it that can give meaning to our existence?"
--WALTER ISAACSON, author of Einstein

"I have admired David Horowitz for decades. He has taught me many important lessons. But never have I been so moved by his writing as I am by this brief and profound book."
--DENNIS PRAGER, author of Why the Jews?