Attorney/author Andrew J. Schatkin is available to interview to discuss his latest book, “Essays on Faith, Politics, Culture, and Philosophy.”
This book is one in a series of essays in the area of current culture and its defects, Christian religious belief, and other political and philosophical issues. A number of topics are considered in the book including he continued re-emergence of the church in African and Asia, the meaning of poverty and its implication for Christians in the life of Christ and the church, the status of women in the Church, the issue of abortion, the contrast between the visible and invisible church, and the interaction between Christ and culture.
Other essays consider the role and nature of Satan, Jesus as revolutionary, and the existence of angels and demons. In addition, some essays include an analysis of the decline of the American Middle Class, the nature of American Culture, the “money culture”, and many other topics which no doubt will be of value and interest to the reader.
About the Author
Andrew J. Schatkin is the principal of a law firm in New York City and has previously published four books and numerous articles. He is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who in American Law and has degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary; the Hague in the Netherlands and Strasbourg, France.