In March 2005, Allan Carlson and Paul T. Mero issued “The Natural Family: A Manifesto” — a bold statement of a pro-family worldview, with the concept of the natural family at its core. Reactions were strong — and, from some opponents, vicious. Now, Carlson and Mero have turned the sparse prose of their manifesto into a book. Insisting, without apology, on the reality of the “natural family,” the book issues a personal call to men and women to rediscover this fundamental source of life, joy, and freedom.
In “The Natural Family”, Carlson and Mero examine why the family is in crisis, the ways in which the natural family is the source of culture and freedom, and what families can do to preserve the most fundamental and wholesome relationship on earth. Some highlights and key themes:
Assured that human nature is on their side, Carlson and Mero can be both realistic about the family’s plight and relentlessly optimistic about the future. “The Natural Family” is a road map, especially for the young, for rebuilding a culture of freedom, joy, and love.
“Nothing short of a blueprint for Western survival.” –Rabbi Daniel Lapin, president, Toward Tradition
“Beautifully written, cogently argued.” — Gary Bauer, president, American Values
“Societies that learn how to restore the natural fertility of the natural family will inherit the earth.” — Phillip Longman, author, The Empty Cradle: How Falling Birthrates Threaten World Prosperity and What to Do About It
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