Mortality and Faith: David Horowitz reflects on the existential questions of our lives

In 1996, David Horowitz published Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey, which became the most noted autobiography of political conversion since Whittaker Chambers's Witness nearly half a century earlier.  Like Horowitz himself, the book became and remains a conservative classic. The founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center passed his 80th birthday earlier this year and just released a less political and more meditative autobiographical follow-up to that iconic work: Mortality and Faith: Reflections on a Journey through Time.  This book collects three* of Horowitz's previous observations on life, death, and meaning, titled The End of Time (published in 2005), A Point in Time: The Search for Redemption in This Life and the Next (2011), and the arrestingly titled You're Going to Be Dead One Day: A Love Story (2015), together with a short concluding chapter fittingly called "Staying Alive."  As Horowitz puts it in the new...(Read Full Post)
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