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John C. Greene

Walking in Darkness at Noon-Day

Walking in Darkness at Noon-Day

The Cunning Plan to Destroy the Agency of Man

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A piercingly fresh look at an age-old problem. Intended for Latter-day Saint readers and will have its greatest impact thereon. 


  • 6x9
  • 257 pages
  • Available in softcover or hardcover style


Walking in Darkness at Noon-Day is an insightful look at the prevailing "wisdom" of our day and the substantial influence it wields in the lives of nearly every American, including many faithful Latter-day Saints. Brother Greene observes that as human beings in a mortal realm, we Latter-day Saints are just as susceptible to Satan's deception as anyone else, if we are not extremely vigilant. Greene builds the case that nearly all Latter-day Saints are in some degree influenced (if not steeped) in the "philosophies of men, mingled with scripture."

Walking in Darkness at Noon-Day draws from scripture, latter-day prophets, and our nation's founding principles to give Latter-day Saints [and "all mankind"] a straightforward primer on agency, "that we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive" (Ephesians 4:14), that we, and all mankind, may govern ourselves according to correct principles.

Praise for the book

Just how great a gift is Agency? What we often take for for granted was once the subject of a war that resulted in untold casualties. In this compelling doctrinal treatise, John Greene nails the subject and places it in eternal perspective.

-- Larry Barkdull, author of Mourning Dove and The Three Pillars of Zion.

About the author

John C. Greene is a businessman living in Connecticut and is an adult convert to the Church. While the member of a rock band in Los Angeles, CA in the mid-1970s, John became fascinated with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's story of solitary bravery, exile from his homeland, and his book Gulag Archipelago.

"That book had a profound impact on me as it taught me the vast difference between Solzhenitsyn's homeland and the land into which I was fortunate to have been born," the author recounts.

That was the beginning of John's quest to understand the roots of liberty, correct principles of government, and his discovery of the peculiarly Latter-day Saint doctrine known as the "agency of man."

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