"The Lion Roars" brings a message of strength in maintaining one's values and natural identity in the face of an antagonistic world system. It highlights the misgivings of the social order and calls on the reader to rebel. The book reminds that there has been a tradition of resistance, that the war for justice is far from done, and that the reader has a divine responsibility to act. "The Lion Roars" represents a harsh critique of modern society while it encourages positive actions. It enlightens but more importantly strengthens the individual in his stance as a person and a rebel against the immorality of modernity.