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Born in 1990, Dan Greenup is a Christian writer and an avid indoorsman from the Pacific Northwest. He graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Global Studies. If you can figure out what to do with one of those, let him know. You can call him Dan, Danny or Daniel. He’s not picky.

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The Death of Detroit
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1Thess5-19The world is a wicked place, and that’s an understatement. It’s why friendship with the world makes you an enemy of God (James 4:4), because “all that is in the world—the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life—is not of the Father” (1 John 2:16). Fortunately, Jesus died for us, “that He might deliver us from this present evil age” (Galatians 1:4).

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“As clear as it is important, the death of Detroit is still mostly ignored. Generally, the slow destruction of a major city would get a fair amount of attention, but the lack of coverage is hardly surprising. After all, the “bad guys” aren’t the popular ones. In most circles, condemning taxation, regulation, unionization, welfarism and protectionism is unfashionable. It’s necessary to check political correctness at the door and appreciate that the case of Detroit isn’t an isolated tragedy. What happened in Detroit could be coming to a city near you.”
Dan Greenup, The Death of Detroit

“You’ve heard the saying “time heals all wounds.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Time won’t heal all wounds. Jesus will. By His wounds, we are healed. That’s what this book is all about. There is a real answer to the why question, and it’s much better than anything you could ever make up.”
Dan Greenup, Generation Why?

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