F. Scott Fitzgerald was the star and spokesman for the decade he
called the "Jazz Age, " the 1920's -- the "greatest and gaudiest
spree in history" which saw "a whole race going hedonistic,
deciding on pleasure." It all crashed, and with it came a severe
poisoning of "the American dream." In his masterpiece The Great
Gatsby, he warns of the corruption of values and the decline of
spiritual life. Fitzgerald's writing is looked on today by millions
as prophetic. This book is a look at what he so masterfully exposed
and its aim is to apply the ageless Scriptures to the emptiness of
hedonism and show how we can be led to make the right choices, to
travel on the right road and to know a sure and steadfast hope in
the midst of a Western civilization that is selling its very soul
for the transient.
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