Written by a teenager, Freedom From Myself deals with the internal and external struggles of fighting for purity and Christian morals in a world that tells us we should do whatever feels right. Luke delivers compelling, to-the-point wordplay as he attempts to show you why we need Jesus Christ to free us from ourselves. Why we need Him to free us from every desire that we have because, living in a fallen world, we are warped. Freedom From Myself is also statement that teenagers can do more than make decisions based on what they feel that day. They can do more than what the world expects them to do. This book is a call to the young generation to stand up and find freedom from themselves. We all have so much more potential then what is expected of us. Let's end the slavery to our own desires.
This book, first published in 1936, divides into roughly two parts: a re-examination of historical material; and a positive theory of causation suggested by the results of this re-examination. The historical study discloses an ambiguity in the meanings of causation and determinism; it discloses also that this ambiguity is transferred to the meaning of freedom.
America's values have given way to the Regime's ideologies. The Regime has imposed its philosophy of "benefitting the collective at the expense of the individual" as what is needed in the new Aplitacon society so that everyone can be made "equal." The Regime will stop at nothing to convince the once-free America that the "gain" to be achieved for the collective far outweighs the loss of individual freedom. Bethany's memories of family and lessons from childhood will be all that she and those brave enough to fight will have to arm themselves with in order to reclaim the country they once knew before the Regime came into power. Only those who remember a better way of life and their God given freedoms will have a chance to answer the call of "Freedom's Fight" before freedom is lost forever. May God bless America!