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Eve's Dilemma and the Juice of Wisdom By Celeste V. MacNamara
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The NovoMyth series is a new child- and science- friendly mythology for the post-modern era that reworks old stories to teach rational ethics, democratic values, free inquiry, doubt-based... More > spirituality and the power of creative expression. Eve's Dilemma and the Juice of Wisdom, the first entry in the NovoMyth series, is a radical new take on the Judeo-Christian creation myth, in which the primordial paradise is an egalitarian society existing in a distant macrocosm of our “bang-i-verse,” and "the fall of man" is a devolution into authoritarianism following an unlucky nightmare experienced by Adam. The events that unfold provide a fanciful, allegorical explanation of our own Big Bang and elevate the (at least) centuries-old culture war between egalitarian democracy and authoritarian fear-hierarchy to the scale of grand cosmic struggle.< Less
Eve's Dilemma and the Juice of Wisdom By Celeste V. MacNamara
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The NovoMyth series is a new child- and science- friendly mythology for the post-modern era that reworks old stories to teach rational ethics, democratic values, free inquiry, doubt-based... More > spirituality and the power of creative expression. Eve's Dilemma and the Juice of Wisdom, the first entry in the NovoMyth series, is a radical new take on the Judeo-Christian creation myth, in which the primordial paradise is an egalitarian society existing in a distant macrocosm of our “bang-i-verse,” and "the fall of man" is a devolution into authoritarianism following an unlucky nightmare experienced by Adam. The events that unfold provide a fanciful, allegorical explanation of our own Big Bang and elevate the (at least) centuries-old culture war between egalitarian democracy and authoritarian fear-hierarchy to the scale of grand cosmic struggle.< Less
Before the Flood By john wansor
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The Book of Genesis, the books of Adam and Eve the book of Enoch. Little is mentioned about the first age of man and the angelic world other than in the gnostic books. Yet the Book of Enoch is... More > mentioned by St. James. I have found that I have a better understanding of these saints as well as God's interaction with man. Salvation History starts with Adam and Eve and they are very important saints. The books go up to Noah and the Flood. As to why the Church Fathers did not include these books into the Bible is a question I can't answer, their importance is again being found in our generation.< Less
One Father One Teacher One Head: Women In Worship By Robin Jones
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Jesus said that He is the only ultimate spiritual leader of men and women. “And do not be called teachers; for One is your Teacher, the Christ.” There are a handful of passages which... More > seem to contradict this message. When Jesus was tempted to take a passage at face value he said “It is also written”. Matt. 4:7 This research considers what is “also written” and investigates the passages which appear to elevate men as leaders, and silence women.< Less
One Father One Teacher One Head: Women In Worship By Robin Jones
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Jesus said that He is the only ultimate spiritual leader of men and women. This research investigates the passages which appear to contradict His teaching and elevate men as leaders, and silence... More > women.< Less
A History of the Spanish Heterodox By Marcelino MENÉNDEZ PELAYO
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A Spanish saga of heretics, witches and saints … Menéndez Pelayo, Spain's leading intellectual figure in the 19th century, tells the glorious tale of how Spain’s Catholicism... More > heroically survived all attemps against her; and in beautiful prose too, here rendered into English for the first time. The present volume deals with the challenges early Christianity faced in Spain prior to the Middle Ages. Books 2 and 3(in preparation) bring the history up to the eve of the Reformation. The author’s introduction to the first edition ends with a prayer: “May God give me the light of understanding and a humble firmness of will; may He steer and guide my pen to narrate without anger or bias the sad history of error among our peninsular people! May He grant that this history may foster enlightenment and benefit, not scandal, to Christians everywhere.” Few books of ecclesiastical history make for such a gripping read.< Less