The Unholy Trinity: Blocking the Left's Assault on Life, Marriage, and Gender

The Unholy Trinity: Blocking the Left's Assault on Life, Marriage, and Gender

Matt Walsh / Sep 29, 2020
The Unholy Trinity Blocking the Left s Assault on Life Marriage and Gender It s now or never for conservative values This highly anticipated debut from Matt Walsh of The Blaze demands that conservative voters make a last stand and fight for the moral center of America The Tr
  • Title: The Unholy Trinity: Blocking the Left's Assault on Life, Marriage, and Gender
  • Author: Matt Walsh
  • ISBN: 9780451495051
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It s now or never for conservative values This highly anticipated debut from Matt Walsh of The Blaze demands that conservative voters make a last stand and fight for the moral center of America The Trump presidency and Republican Congress provides an urgent opportunity to stop the Left s value bending march to destroy the culture of our country.Republican control of theIt s now or never for conservative values This highly anticipated debut from Matt Walsh of The Blaze demands that conservative voters make a last stand and fight for the moral center of America The Trump presidency and Republican Congress provides an urgent opportunity to stop the Left s value bending march to destroy the culture of our country.Republican control of the presidency, senate, and House of Representatives for the next two years is a precious and fleeting gift to conservatives Americans concerned with blocking liberals swift rethinking of life, marriage, and gender need to capture this moment to turn the tide of history.For years conservatives have worried endlessly about peripheral issues, liberals have been hard at work chipping away at the bedrock of our civilization, and putting a new foundation in its place New attitudes on abortion, gay marriage, and gender identity threaten to become culture defining victories for progressives radically altering not just our politics, but dangerously placing Man above God and the self above the good of the whole.What s at stake The most fundamental elements of society, including how we understand reality itself.In The Unholy Trinity, TheBlaze contributor Matt Walsh draws on Catholic teachings to expose how liberals have attempted, with startling success, to redefine life, marriage, and gender Abortion redefines human life, gay marriage redefines the family, and the latest theories on gender redefine what it means to be a man or a woman The potential consequences are dire If progressivism can bend life, family, and sex to its whims, Walsh argues, it has established relativism over God as the supreme law, and owns the power to destroy western civilization.With insight, candor, and faith, Walsh shows conservatives how to confront liberal arguments, defeat the progressive agenda for good, and reclaim American culture for truth.
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    1. There s no assault on Life, Marriage, and Gender, as this delusional book might want you believe there is only the fight for equality, and the desire of reasonable, compassionate people to want to see every human being have the same rights Fuck this book with a hot poker.

    2. Matt Walsh has long been one of my favorite writers, and as he says, professional truth sayers This book certainly lives up to that It arrived today, and I couldn t put it down Walsh outlines issues of morality and conscience in logical, straightforward terms that should convince all but the most extreme leftists to once again embrace reason His is a clear, eloquent voice against the madness of modern society.

    3. I did it I read the book in less than a day It was worth it I would give the Unholy Trinity ten stars if I could I could write long analyses of each of the three tenets of the Unholy Trinity and how they are hurting our modern culture but I have little critique, and all I wish to do now is praise the book and add some of my own thoughts on our culture today.First and foremost, Satan has a grip on our nation we live in a society of narcissists, some lost and confused, others celebrating themselve [...]

    4. Awful, awful writing matched with inaccurate history and at least a questionable understanding of Scripture and philosophy Mr Walsh is so determined to be noticed that he draws a straight line from Lucifer to Judas to Hitler to Hillary Rodham Clinton Whatever valid points he may have not many , the consistent hyperbole is exhausting If you define liberal incorrectly as your premise, then I suppose the Democrats do look like a bunch of Satanists On the other hand, I was left with the nagging sus [...]

    5. Looking at the other reviews on here it seems obvious that this book gets all one stars from people who disagree with Walsh and have likely not even read the book and then five stars from people who agree with Walsh.I think there should be room to evaluate a book not wholly dependent on your agreement with its points.I don t always agree with Walsh But, I appreciate his guts to tell the truth, or at least what he believes to be the truth, with boldness I think this book is worth reading and wort [...]

    6. 5 Stars, unreservedly As always, Matt Walsh speaks the truth without a filter, and challenges his readers to the same I may update with some of my favorite quotes later although all of it is pretty quoteable.

    7. I have been a fan for Matt Walsh for a long time, so it s no surprise I love his book To an old lady, it s amazing that one so young can be so articulate and insightful Walsh certainly expresses his opinions harshly than I do, but I usually agree with everything he says He believes there is a true battle going on, and it s spiritual battle He sees the assaults on life abortion and euthanasia , marriage and family feminism and homosexual rights , and gender transgenderism as being attacks on the [...]

    8. I ran out of shelves to describe this awful screed, and refuse to create shelves just for a book the likes of which I hope never to see again.I have never heard of the author because I don t read The Blaze or visit right wing crazies web sites But a friend whose opinion I respect reviewed this book, and I couldn t resist having a look to see if indeed it was truly that bad.It was.I cannot fathom the deplorable and intellectually deprived mentality that could read and agree with any book with an [...]

    9. Garbage I picked this up knowing it was going to be bad I m familiar with Matt Walsh s writings through Facebook, and I m not a fan But separate from my disagreement with 98% of what he said in this book, the writing was also terrible Circular arguments, slippery slope fallacies he even acknowledges that he s doing this, but says his argument isn t actually a slippery slope fallacy because his opinion is correct , and an infallible belief in his own superiority make this book some of the worst w [...]

    10. One of the best parts of this book is that it doesn t forsake good writing for easy reading Matt tackles difficult issues with ease and his argumentation flows from each chapter to the next.Those who usually agree with Matt should read this book It will give you new insights into these issues and cause you to evaluate how you think.Those who disagree with Matt should read this book You may hate what he stands for, but if you care about the issues, you need to engage with his arguments.The only r [...]

    11. Wow This book is really bad Definitely much worse than I was expecting I follow Matt Walsh on Twitter where he expresses his views with wit and humor, but here we are looking at a total car crash of a book So that we re clear, I don t disagree with the fundamental principles that drove the author to write this book, as I am catholic and I have a preference for conservative values But the WAY he goes about discussing these topics, from abortion to gay marriage to transgenderism, is appalling I ju [...]

    12. Polarizing book Anyone with a liberal outlook will hate it Matt Walsh is uber conservative For those looking for thoughts on defending conservative Christian values, you will love this While there are times I think Matt cherry picks examples, for the most part his arguments are well thought through and defended Much of the argument comes back to whether or not you believe in God If you do believe in God, then much of what Matt talks about will make a lot of sense and align with how you view the [...]

    13. Attention leftists this book dismantles your Luciferian sacraments of abortion, same sex marriage , and gender bending nonsense Everything leftists hold dear is systematically dismantled with logic and in depth studies, as Walsh does better than almost anyone else out there This was truly a pleasure to read and is now part of my arsenal against liberal untruths Glory to God

    14. I ve been a fan of Matt Walsh for years when I first read a blog post written by him about homeschooling It was one of the best defenses of homeschooling ever against the ridiculous argument about homeschoolers not being socialized He is one of the best writers today and probably the only blogger worth following He is also the only millennial that gives me hope for my generation The funny thing about him is that he is famous for saying things and seeing things as they are The world that we live [...]

    15. A great book by Matt Walsh with well thought ideas and discussions for every day societal misconceptions Although everything written stems from common sense, it s a sad state of affairs that makes truth necessary to exclaim The unholy trinity, as written in this book, are made up of American society s skewed versions or perhaps, aversions to life, marriage, and gender Of course conservatives should read the book but liberals too, especially those giving it one star without dishing out the money [...]

    16. I ve been following Matt Walsh for a couple of years now He s a very smart, talented writer who is not without controversy as sometimes his views skew extremely conservative Most of the time though, he is spot on with his take on what s happening in today s culture I don t always agree with his point of view and this book is no exception Everything is applied with a Christian viewpoint which is exactly how we as Christians should live in society but it can t totally be applied to government sinc [...]

    17. Post Christian AmericaSolid read for the remaining and dwindling faithful living in a post Christian and post constitutional culture Aside from revival in the church and an awakening in the country, the rejection of natural law, truth, and the resulting turmoil will only grow.


    19. In the Unholy Trinity, Matt Walsh lays out the three defining pillars of society, life, marriage, and gender and the Left s assault on them The left has redefined life as the most innocent and vulnerable members of our nation are killed off to the tune of over 50 million since Roe v.s Wade They ve attempted to redefined the sacrament of marriage by removing the foundation of the procreative unity between husband and wife, man and woman A man and a man or a woman and a woman will never create the [...]

    20. For a first book I think this was a good book I see Matt Walsh becoming wiser and tactful as he no doubt will come out with books down the line Right now I believe he s a much better blogger than a writer But I think younger people will click better with this book Nonetheless Matt Walsh is such an important voice in our time He s hated by so many because he tells the truth We should follow that example My big problem with this book is that it really only told us what we ve read in many other p [...]

    21. Dostoyevsky wrote that stars grow brighter as the night grows darker So the real good news is that we have the opportunity to be the brightest stars for Christ that the world has ever seen, because we may live through its darkest night I love, love, love Walsh s vision in this book His courage in being candor and his wisdom are exactly what Christians need for such a time as this The only thing that would have made this a five star book,for me, is if he would have strengthened some of the resear [...]

    22. This is one of the best books I ve ever read in my entire life I love Matt Walsh s blogs and articles, but this book was even better His writing is excellent it s very clear, accessible and honest Walsh doesn t shy away from assigning blame where it s due His views are complete and defended well, and to be honest, I found them refreshing In a world where we re all so careful not to cause offense, it was wonderful to read something truthful and likely offensive to some even many , but ultimately, [...]

    23. Amazing Amazing Amazing This book should be required reading in every church, and then it needs to be required reading for everyone else If you think there ISN T an assault on life, marriage, and gender, then I challenge you to read this and see for yourself May it lift the scales from your eyes.

    24. At the risk of sounding like an old guy shaking his fist at the youths on the corner, things are pretty bad nowadays Matt Walsh s treatise on the three pronged assault on time tested and proven standards not to mention common sense and a basic grasp on reality is at once concise and thorough, groundbreaking and completely old school.I ve hardly ever read a single word of Matt Walsh s that I have not agreed with, and this book is absolutely no exception Now and then you read something that feels [...]

    25. I m a fan of Matt Walsh He s one of the few voices out there who tells it like it is and who isn t afraid of the backlash If you enjoy his writings for The Blaze, etc you ll enjoy this book He paints a pretty bleak picture of where we re headed and although he doesn t really offer much optimism for turning things around, the last few pages are hopeful, in a way In fact, the last few pages are some of the best writing I ve ever seen out of Walsh My only complaint with the book is that he s preach [...]

    26. Matt Walsh is a principled Christian writer and blogger with a great sense of humor This book zeroes in on the destruction of life, marriage, and gender at the hands of leftist liberals I m ashamed that my baby boomer generation has been the instigator and proponent of much of what is wrong in the world today We have turned our backs on God and worshipped at the altar of self Walsh writes, If we willingly forfeit the definition of man and woman, right after forfeiting the definition of marriage, [...]

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