So Who Cares
Provocative Poems for Meditative Minds
Follow the journey as a poet wrestles with the controversial issues of life and breaks politically correct taboos in a sincere search for truth. Join him as he fearlessly asks the questions that too seldom get asked, and confronts issues that you’re not supposed to bring up, and does so through the unlikely genre of classical style poetry.
Poetry is often more artistic than deep, more ethereal than substantial. Not so in this collection. Here you’ll find profound and challenging thought in beautifully flowing poetry. And not in an undisciplined style as is vogue today, but in the revered tradition of the great poets of yesteryear. But much more important than the style, you’ll be inspired and stirred by the depth of thought that is not riddled with endless unanswered questions, but rather with dawning hope, renewing purpose and genuine answers throughout this delightful poetic journey. Each poem is a brush stroke, and altogether they paint a picture of promise, expectation and hope as each poem grapples with a profound life-question and slowly breaks out of the darkness into the light.
Everybody Ought to Know
A look at currently fulfilling Bible Prophecy
Who doesn’t sense that society has turned a corner? And not for the better! Who isn’t more nervous about the future, now, than they were only several years ago? Who doesn’t long for the “good old days”, but realizes those days are gone forever? Would you be surprised to know that these conditions were predicted thousands of years ago. Would you be surprised to know that natural, political, and social events occurring around you were repeatedly predicted in clear and specific detail to occur at this very point in history? This is no time to be uninformed. Ignorance is no virtue. Read the prophecies for yourself. Most importantly, though, find out why these prophecies were given to us and what we are supposed to do with them.
Dr. David Reagan, author and founder of Lamb & Lion Ministries says:
Dan has written an outstanding book about Bible prophecy that is well worth reading. He writes with a breezy, enthusiastic style that makes what he has to say exciting to read. Overall, the book is a spiritual feast.