A few years later, this book is a natural follow up to Christ’s Alternative to Communism. In this book, Jones examines Fascism and Nazism and comments: “The world is hungry for something so universal that takes in every human relationship and gives meaning and purpose to the whole. Is the Kingdom of God that conception? We think that it is.” Someone said, “Stanley Jones seems to be obsessed with the idea of the Kingdom of God on earth.” When Jones read that observation, he replied, “My heart inwardly leaped. Would to God that I were! It would be a magnificent obsession.” Jones notes that ours is a prodigal society and must now come home (to God, our Father). He highlights the role of youth, big business, labor, universities, governments, clergy, and laity in making the “choice” in favor of God’s kingdom.