The Demise of Compassion Paperback

A Casualty of a Changing Culture

by Donald G Davis Sr;

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The Demise of Compassion

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Over the years, our nation's value system has been disrupted. During the rise of our present generation and the birthing of a new generation, our nation's caring and compassion appear to have diminished. People are more concerned with their own self-preservation and self-worth. Careers have become the focal point of men and women alike. People have become self-centered, looking for the advancement of their cause, and unfortunately, it is at the expense of love and compassion. Why is compassion in our society on the decline? Dr. Donald Davis seeks to find the causes of and solutions to this decline in his study, The Demise of Compassion: A Casualty of a Changing Culture. In this study, Dr. Davis explores: compassion versus culture the essence of compassion the challenges facing compassion and the path that is leading to compassion's demise the road to recovery By utilizing over thirty years of pastoral experience with the thoughts of the leading experts on compassion, Dr. Davis provides a tough but fair look at what is happening in our modern society. Join Dr. Davis as he analyzes the trends in compassion today and shares simple, everyday ways that compassion can be restored in The Demise of Compassion: A Casualty of a Changing Culture.

The Demise of Compassion by Donald G Davis Sr was published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises in August 2011. The ISBN for The Demise of Compassion is 9781617777592.

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Details for The Demise of Compassion

Page last updated 26th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherTate Publishing & Enterprises (August 2011)
Number of Pages236
Thickness15 mm
Height208 mm
Width132 mm
Product Code4301523
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