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Finding the Glory of God: Experiencing Poverty, Bigotry and Racism Autobiography of Eugene Jackson Jr. By Eugene Jackson Jr. & Lauren Victoria J.
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Finding the Glory of God, by author Eugene Jackson Jr., narrates the story of his life, of an African-American male in America who evolved, like others, from Negro, to black, and to the current... More > classification throughout seven-plus decades—1931 to the present. More than an autobiography, it goes back to the turn of the twentieth century, touching on the lives of others who crossed his path or whose path he crossed on his journey. It contains details or perceptions of what was and what is coming. Jackson includes stories from his time in the military during the Korean War, familial anecdotes, family and American history, and his feelings and impressions built during a lifetime. He offers a look at his history through his religious experiences and revelations and what it was like being a black man.< Less
The Mormon gay By Vernon Moyse
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A book of poetry written in the aftermath of the author's excommunication from the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints. His transgression? The establishment of a perfectly lawful and... More > celibate, UK Civil Partnership (a same-sex union, but NOT a same-sex marriage). To contrast with the "high" induced by early missionary visits, the poems he wrote in 1992 are also included. The contrast shows delusion and brainwashing and then awakening and honesty. The book is certainly in the nature of a cathartic necessary to survival of withdrawal from a cult. But it is forceful and unapologetic and fiercely indignant at the behaviour of a Church which professes Christian love, but is unmoved by tragedies caused by bigotry and prejudice. Such bitterness as there may be is now external to the author for whom a new life beckons at the age of 66. The power in the poems themselves is manifest.< Less
The Mormon gay By Vernon Moyse
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A book of poetry written in the aftermath of the author's excommunication from the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints. His transgression? The establishment of a perfectly lawful and... More > celibate, UK Civil Partnership (a same-sex union, but NOT a same-sex marriage). To contrast with the "high" induced by early missionary visits, the poems he wrote in 1992 are also included. The contrast shows delusion and brainwashing and then awakening and honesty. The book is certainly in the nature of a cathartic necessary to survival of withdrawal from a cult. But it is forceful and unapologetic and fiercely indignant at the behaviour of a Church which professes Christian love, but is unmoved by tragedies caused by bigotry and prejudice. Such bitterness as there may be is now external to the author for whom a new life beckons at the age of 66. The power in the poems themselves is manifest.< Less
ZA By Dan Rummell
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This is a story about perverts and bigots, freedom and persecution. It's about a family and the ignorance and prejudices they must deal with, and what they say and do and cause to happen you will... More > never forget, all you can do is live with it for the rest of your life. This is a large book but is printed in large 14 size font for easy reading. Written in 2007, revised in 2010. This book explains that all power structures (governments) including democratic ones are unacceptable. It also explains that ALL beliefs are a mental illness and an unacceptable use of a human brain, and that evolution is just another religious belief. I list facts, not beliefs or interpretations, that prove what christians and muslims say and believe are lies and nonsense. Facts that prove if there is any truth as to what is written in the bible then God Itself is a liar. Facts that prove what is written in the bible contradicts itself.< Less
ZA By Dan Rummell
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This is a story about perverts and bigots, freedom and persecution. It's about a family and the ignorance and prejudices they must deal with, and what they say and do and cause to happen you will... More > never forget, all you can do is live with it for the rest of your life. This is a large book but is printed in large 14 size font for easy reading. Written in 2007, revised in 2010. This book explains that all power structures (governments) including democratic ones are unacceptable. It also explains that ALL beliefs are a mental illness and an unacceptable use of a human brain, and that evolution is just another religious belief. I list facts, not beliefs or interpretations, that prove what christians and muslims say and believe are lies and nonsense. Facts that prove if there is any truth as to what is written in the bible then God Itself is a liar. Facts that prove what is written in the bible contradicts itself.< Less
Origins of the Vodoun Religion In America: Reclamation Of A Suppressed Heritage By Mama Zogbé
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African/Diaspora religions are some of the fastest growing spiritual traditions in the West. New generations are born literally being called back to finish the work began by their enslaved and... More > distant African ancestors and deities. The constant dilemma of having to rely upon outdated, patronizing anthropology texts, and" New Age" western spiritual literature, supported by sensationalist Hollywood stereotypes, is problematic at best. This brief introduction will aid in dispelling many misconceptions about the origins of the Vodoun religion from which the African-American Diaspora descend. Previously published in "Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled," this book is good primer for those wanting a solid foundation on Vodoun's origins.< Less
Origins of the Vodoun Religion in America: Reclamation of A Suppressed Heritage By Mama Zogbé
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African/Diaspora religions are some of the fastest growing spiritual traditions in the West. New generations are born literally being called back to finish the work began by their enslaved and... More > distant African ancestors and deities. The constant dilemma of having to rely upon outdated, patronizing anthropology texts, and” New Age” western spiritual literature, supported by sensationalist Hollywood stereotypes, is problematic at best. This brief introduction will aid in dispelling many misconceptions about the origins of the Vodoun religion from which the African-American Diaspora descend. Previously published in "Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled," this book is good primer for those wanting a solid foundation on Vodoun's origins.< Less
The Codex A Divine Writ (4) By Cyrus Rumi
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The Codex contains a series of revolutionary readings for those who are spiritually inclined and wish to experience the world from a differing philosophical perspective. The Codex is all-embracing... More > and does not presuppose any particular belief system or religious tradition of the reader. 'The timeless realm of existence embraces you from all sides, from deep within your consciousness; open your hearts and minds, allowing Me to enter, becoming One, and so entering a new phase of holy communion, echoing its true splendour and glory through all of eternity, and beyond.' (Cyrus Rumi)< Less
The Mansions of Eastwick By Ronald Steiginga
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Henry Roebuck woke to another day of being West Haven’s mayor, the major real estate developer in his town and the husband of a wife who drinks too much. Always in the back of his mind is... More > Susan, his daughter, who disappeared years ago. The day will bring new challenges to him. He will get caught up in religious bigotry, back door politics and the pain in his back that will not go away. All these things will happen as he tries to the sell the last unsold mansions in the Eastwick development, where most of his financial assets are in jeopardy.< Less
The Mansions of Eastwick By Ronald H. Steiginga
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Henry Roebuck woke to another day of being West Haven’s mayor, the major real estate developer in his town and the husband of a wife who drinks too much. Always in the back of his mind is... More > Susan, his daughter, who disappeared years ago. The day will bring new challenges to him. He will get caught up in religious bigotry, back door politics and the pain in his back that will not go away. All these things will happen as he tries to the sell the last unsold mansions in the Eastwick development, where most of his financial assets are in jeopardy.< Less

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