From Coffee Shop to Congress, Our Treatment of Others Matters

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Xulon Press presents a lesson in the consequences of widespread incivility.

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This junction is where the vertical love of God intersects one’s horizontal love of mankind, and in a broken world, it brings about the transformational change of incivility to civility

Author Clay A. Henry highlights the need to be civil to one another in The Evil of Incivility in a Broken World ($14.99, paperback, 9781631294341; $7.99, e-book, 9781631294358).

Henry believes that civility, or the pre-conditioned need to be civil to others, is underrated. At the same time, our society has seen a rise in incivility, or hateful and vengeful behavior towards others. This tendency toward incivility has reached the highest levels of our society and can be clearly seen among politicians.

“This is the way we can gain a clearer interpretation of civil matters. It is at the point where the godly and wicked perceptions of civil issues connect...This junction is where the vertical love of God intersects one’s horizontal love of mankind, and in a broken world, it brings about the transformational change of incivility to civility,” said Henry.

Dr. Clay Henry received his DDS at Baylor College of Dentistry and subsequently, earned a PhD at MIT. He advanced his professional career as a teacher, professor and researcher. He is a retired colonel having served in the U.S. Army. Dr. Henry now lives in an assisted living facility in Rockwall, Texas. He has published three Christian books: Self Exposed, Your Health in a World of Conflict, and Beyond Wondering about Murder from a Judeo-Christian Perspective.

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Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date.The Evil of Incivility in a Broken World is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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