The Stone Age of Faith
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BeschreibungThe original message was clear and simple: God is, God cares, God gives,
God wants. The so-called christian churches and sects made a singular travesty
of this revelation, the Stone Age of Faith. Bert Widman shows proof why
and how these priest-run organizations have entered their present stage
of agony. The churches are dead, long live the Faith - but how? The author
believes that evolution will see to that, probably in the near future already.
But first we - and Islam, for similar reasons - have to live through a
catharsis, a cleansing period with sometimes chaotic repercussions maybe.
But out of it there will rise a massive evolutionary order of how to address
a God that is infinitely higher, deeper and wider than today's high religions
dare to see it. This is not a book of prophecy nor of esoterics, but of
down-to-earth probabilities. It is not written for the professors but for
the neighbours next door - for you, maybe?
Verlag: Books on Demand
Erscheinungsdatum: November 1999
Seitenanzahl: 124 Seiten