A revolutionary book is a book which promotes change and goes against ideas and practices that are generally accepted in a society or group of people within a society. This can be good or back. Ideas have consequences. When people are convinced that the ideas are correct, they will attempt to put them into practice. If the ideas are bad, the results are disastrous [i.e. socialism]. If the ideas are good, then they can bring about positive change. As the Bible says, "a good tree brings forth good fruit, and a bad tree brings forth bad fruit." Both are revolutionary, and both start with ideas.
One of the most positive revolutionary books I know is Institutes Of Biblical Law by R.J. Rushdoony. This book takes the Bible seriously and seeks to understand the laws given by God in the Pentateuch and how they apply in modern society. Reading this book opens a person's eyes to how far off-track our societies really are. We begin to understand why we face the social problems and crimes that we do and what God's personal and national standards are. Both non-Christians and many Christians hate or, at least, misunderstand God's Law and naturally dislike a book that honours and seeks to understand God's law.
If understood and applied, this book would revolutionize our lives and our nations to the benefit of all. I have developed a course based on the Institutes Of Biblical Law. Part One is available now, and Part Two is currently being developed. Don't miss this opportunity. Check out Biblical Law I on www.joshua-institute.com today.