In "The Christ-Man Chronicles," Cooper-Giles posits a compelling argument for both clergy (The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church USA vs. Religious Thugs) and politicians (President Barack Obama, a Realist vs. George W. Bush, an Illusionist), and their social issues, which should manifest and morph into models of progressive change and enlightenment.
This narrative alludes to some reasons why there is much animosity and hatred toward America and some of its allies, especially so-called Israel, in the Muslim world. It affirms the double-standards, dubious, and often racist nature of America's government policies in both domestic and foreign affairs: particularly, its arrogant imperialistic attitude in dealing with Third World countries.
This is not a book for the weak-hearted, and this is not just another overheated opinion piece or impractical sermon from the mountain. Cooper-Giles uses his extensive and varied education and life experiences to write a powerful and well-supported argument for growth and change within the political and religious realms of the United States. This book was published by www.authorhouse.com 4 June 2010 and is available for purchase at that site, amazon.com, et al...
The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church USA gives thanks for Cooper-Giles' witness and prays that his ministry may bless many. Now it's time for you, the public, to enjoy the fruits of his labors!