He asks us whether we should add rules, incentives, education, or look deep within to achieve virtuous living. Ultimately he rejects all of these ideas as the way for a society to return to virtuous living. Rather, he suggests that whether the battle for a virtuous society is won or lost, it is engaged by those who follow the long road of Godly obedience.
He informs us that virtue comes from the heart and is a muscle which must be exercised. By connecting love with habits, we begin to unlock our personal and societal destiny.