Among the Ruins: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Catholic Church

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Product Details

Price
$24.00
Publisher
Prometheus Books
Publish Date
Pages
366
Dimensions
6.3 X 1.2 X 9.2 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781633883031
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About the Author

Paul L. Williams, PhD, is a journalist and the author of Operation Gladio, The Vatican Exposed, Crescent Moon Rising, The Day of Islam, Osama's Revenge, and The Al Qaeda Connection, among other books. The winner of three first-place Keystone Press Awards for journalism, he has written articles for major news outlets, including USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and National Review. He has also served as a consultant for the FBI, editor and publisher of the Metro (Scranton, PA), and an adjunct professor of humanities at the University of Scranton.

Reviews

""A masterfully written and documented exposΓ©. This is an account every American and every Catholic must read if they believe in the importance of true faith and holding the leaders of the Catholic Church, the US government, and the CIA accountable for horrific crimes against humanity." --Kevin M. Shipp, former CIA officer and author of From the Company of Shadows "A meticulously researched body of work that breathes life into the words of Francis Bacon, who wisely observed, 'If money be not thy servant, it will be thy master.' Paul Williams's book is a stunning indictment of the insidious nature of a once venerable but secretive institution that has been corrupted by the false leadership of weak and dishonest men, who chose to satisfy their personal desires by the manipulation of the covenant between man and God." --Bill Majcher, former Royal Canadian Mounted Police inspector "Completely engrossing, exceedingly well-researched, and terrifying in its implications. It should be mandatory reading." --IQ al Rassooli, author of Lifting the Veil "Williams builds an excellent and defining case against the Vatican and its long history of . . . abuse." --Brent M. P. Beleskey, producer, director, and investigative researcher for Spy Theatre