Successful Businessman Unveils a Glimpse of the Future

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Says America must retain its leadership position in the world.

Many people believe or want to believe that certain people get glimpses of the future. Xulon author G.A. Freiman is one such person; as he was shown through his faith what is really important to us and our country, he began developing a book to share his findings with the world. The writing of Current Events, Conservative Outcomes: Predictions for America's Future (paperback, 978-1-60477-599-0) culminated in a changed way of looking at the world for Freiman, as he transformed from a realist to a believer. The author says there are many conservative books that have been written, but that none of them back up conservative doctrine with predictions and explain "why" things occur.

Says Freiman, "It is America's conservative values and close relationship with God that has directly led to America's success as a nation and it is crucial for Americans to understand this relationship. Readers will get a good look at America's future and understand how they can ensure America retains our leadership position in the world."

A very successful businessman with a deep passion and love for the United States, the author was brought up modestly in the South and has a belief that Americans are among the chosen people in our world. Freiman had an interesting path to his faith. Discovering an uncanny ability as a young boy that allowed him to accurately predict future events also greatly complicated his course to God. He has predicted the outcomes of the most difficult topics our country faces as a way to provide guidance in the troubled times in which we live.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Current Events, Conservative Outcomes through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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