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A Review of Matt Walsh's Book The Unholy Trinity: Blocking the Left's Assault on Life, Marriage, and Gender

Matt Walsh is unpopular with Leftists because he bluntly and easily destroys liberal arguments with an arsenal of truth bombs that are impossible to refute.

Walsh wrote The Unholy Trinity to show conservatives how to confront and destroy progressive debate about abortion redefining human life, gay marriage's impact on the family, and the gender delusion that tries to reshape what it means to be a man or a woman.

Fact Versus Fiction on Abortion

The Left seems to live in an alternative reality.  Science has already proven a baby in the womb is alive, yet liberals insist they get to decide whether that baby should be allowed to live or die.  If we allow them to determine the worthiness of life, by way of abortion or euthanasia, we also grant them the power to reformulate truth.

As Walsh puts it, "Personhood is based on a mother's and society's feelings instead of fact."

So what if a baby is conceived through rape?  Wash responds, "The manner of conception isn't relevant--the fetus is either alive or it isn't."

As for a fetus being a lump of cells, aren't we all just a lump of cells in various stages of human development?

Walsh addresses the Leftist position that a woman has a right to her own body, as if a baby is an intruder or parasite.  A developing baby is right where it belongs--in the womb.  Walsh points out you wouldn't say a bird doesn't have the right to fly, would you?

Liberals referring to themselves as "pro-choice" are trying to connote that making choices is always a good thing when destroying life is clearly not a positive choice.

The goal of abortion and euthanasia is to strip life of value and purpose.
Walsh explains, The war against liberalism must begin with the sanctity of life.
Fact Versus Fiction on Gay Marriage

Walsh boldly proclaims that gay marriage isn't even possible.  What does he mean by that?  He methodically explains that marriage is a "monogamous union between members of the opposite sex with its own characteristics."  In other words, the institution of marriage is so clearly defined that it can't be transformed into something it's not, just as you could never a say a circle is a square.

Walsh asserts no one set out to make gay marriage illegal because it was never possible to begin with, stating, "The law never excluded gays, but the makeup of marriage did."  Walsh goes so far as to explain how gay marriage doesn't expand the definition of marriage but actually abolishes it.

Walsh weaves skillful analogies throughout this book to hit his viewpoint home.  When it comes to gay marriage, he reminds us how quick we are to replace old technologies, like our cell phones, as newer versions are released--even when there are only subtle differences.  Yet, the Left dismisses the differences between gay and heterosexual marriages when one union can produce children and the other cannot--quite a significant disparity!

Love between gay people is "destructive and unnatural," Walsh declares, and he provides statistical data to prove it.

Fact Versus Fiction on Gender Issues

In addition to transgenders, there are those who label themselves transrace, transspecies, and transabled, but Walsh lumps them together as "different brands of crazy."

What was once considered mental illness by the American Psychiatric Association is no longer being defined or treated the same.  The book explains how the LGBT has pressured the mental health industry to erase reality in lieu of delusion.

Walsh claims the Left is trying to create an "androgynous paradise" but that gender equality is merely a Leftist fantasy.

Fact Versus Fiction on Feminism

The supposed war on women is a total joke.  Walsh explains how the biggest victims in this movement are actually men.

Walsh traces the foundations of feminism back to Elizabeth Cady Stanton who referred to the Bible as a "stumbling block" to feminist ideology--an ideology that makes the dependence tied to family and marriage evil, encouraging women to be resentful and suspicious of men.

Despite impassioned political speeches to fight for equal rights and opportunity for women, American women already have these things.  Muslim countries are the ones where women are dehumanized, so that's where the fight should be.

Walsh identifies the real enemies of women as pornography, transgenderism, and abortion, but feminists fail to see how these issues defile them as they claim to be empowered by them.

Does Our Culture Still Have Hope?

While the book's dust jacket conveys a hopeful message that the reader will learn how to "defeat the progressive agenda for good, and reclaim American culture for truth," the book sure doesn't end on that happy note.

Walsh indicates at the conclusion that conservatives have already lost the culture war.  The few who continue to shine the light of truth into the dark world and fight for truth will suffer pain and defeat as they watch Western Civilization crumble into ruin.

Walsh only encourages the reader to remember God ultimately wins in the end, but his prognosis for America is bleak.

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