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Every day, somewhere in this world on at least six continents, thousands of sons and daughters are drawn into gang life and/or thug activity. Recruited as early as seven and eight years old, their growth exceeds that of church growth and school enrollment in some places. Feeling compelled for their own safety and the safety of their families, they succumb to the lure and pressure of gang life. Our society has failed to protect children in these areas of rapid gang growth, and very few advocates can be found for them. So mothers weep openly, often over the graves of their children, and fathers weep stoically behind dry tears, and often behind prison bars. Governments respond with vengeance and heartless dismay, twisting a tourniquet to stop the bleeding, using cruel tools of healing that seem to carry a virus with pandemic potential. Is there no cure for this malady? Are there no superheroes to rescue us from ourselves? Has God left the planet to self-destruct? Or is God coming to our rescue?   In Thugs in the Kingdom of Heaven, Ralph Tucker suggests that God is calling for thugs all over the world to become the superheroes chosen in this time to help restore balance to the planet and usher in a new era in the Kingdom of God.

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