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Bittersweet Jesus in the First Person By Robert Wynne
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Bittersweet Jesus in the First Person turns the basic premise of Christ's life on its head. Yahweh is in trouble; Christ is his instrument and man his salvation. Extrapolated from Answer to Job by... More > Carl Jung, Bittersweet Jesus in the First Person is fictionalized version of the life of Christ. It addresses his missing years while making Mary a God, Judas a saint, Moses a visionary, Allah and Romulus contemporaries and the Jews heroic. Through the story's characters it weaves pagan, Christian, Islamic, Greek, Chinese and Hindu influences into Christ's experiences. The book, written in dialogue, reveals Christ's life through counseling sessions between the ex-priest counselor and his messianic patient. The shallowness of indoctrination, the dubious rationale behind skepticism and the fundamental premise of Christian thought are viewed through the prism of this ostensibly, psychologically handicapped man.< Less
A Paris Symphony - Musical Life in 19th Century France - A Personal View By Shlomo Hed
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In a three-dimensional tale of intricately interwoven fantasy and historical facts, retired stockbroker and would-be composer Jacob Hippolyte Rodrigues takes the reader on a magical tour of the... More > salons of nineteenth-century Paris, the undisputed cultural capital of Europe. Through his eyes we witness the birth, growth, and decline of a typical French art form, the Grand Opera, and delve into the creative processes behind Bizet’s Carmen and Berlioz’s Les Troyens. SHLOMO HED was born in Berlin in 1932. In 1938 his family escaped from Germany to Belgium, where the war finally caught up with them and where the author lived in hiding during the Nazi occupation. Shlomo Hed immigrated to Israel in 1948 and was a senior program producer in the music department of Israel’s Broadcasting Authority for over thirty-five years. He wrote the first opera guide in Hebrew and, in cooperation with Ada Brodsky, a compilation of musical anecdotes.< Less
Views from a Hidden Eye By Michael Skeffington
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This is my first compilation of personal poems and short stories inspired by loss and life experiences.
With Malice Toward One By Mike Person
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Abraham Lincoln once said, " A comedy is best played; a tragedy is best read at home." At 10:15 PM, April 14, 1865; the 16th President of the United States was murdered while viewing a... More > comedy at Ford's Theater. Ironically, his assassin was John Wilkes Booth. A famous stage actor, best known for performing tragedies. John Wilkes Booth once said, "of all the Shakespearean characters, my favorite role is Brutus - the slayer of a tyrant." This is the true story of the first murder of an American President.< Less
With Malice Toward One By Mike Person
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Abraham Lincoln once said, " A comedy is best played; a tragedy is best read at home." At 10:15 PM, April 14, 1865; the 16th President of the United States was murdered while viewing a... More > comedy at Ford's Theater. Ironically, his assassin was John Wilkes Booth. A famous stage actor, best known for performing tragedies. John Wilkes Booth once said, "of all the Shakespearean characters, my favorite role is Brutus - the slayer of a tyrant." This is the true story of the first murder of an American President.< Less
The Pantheist World View By Universal Pantheist Society
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"The Pantheist World View” was first published in 1979 to provide a concise and succinct five page summary of the basic vision of life shared by most Pantheists. It was one of the first... More > efforts of the Universal Pantheist Society, which formed in 1975, to help people learn about a way of life combining ancient inspirations with modern scientific understanding. Pantheists are persons who derive their fundamental religious experience through their personal relationship with the Universe. They feel that Nature is the ultimate context for human existence, and seek to improve their relationship with the natural world as their fundamental religious responsibility. In universal pantheism, religion is seen as a system of reverent behavior toward the Earth rather than subscription to a particular creed. Because Pantheists identify God with Nature rather than an anthropomorphic being, Pantheists oppose the arrogant world-view of anthropocentrism.< Less
A Comparative View of Religions By Johannes Henricus Scholten
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The conception of religion presupposes, a, God as object; b, man as subject; c, the mutual relation existing between them. According to the various stages of development which men have reached,... More > religious belief manifests itself either in the form of a passive feeling of dependence, where the subject, not yet conscious of his independence, feels himself wholly overmastered by the deity, or the object of worship, as by a power outside of and opposed to himself; or, when the feeling of independence has awakened, in a one-sided elevation of the human, whereby man in worshiping a deity deifies himself. In the highest stage of religious development, the most entire feeling of dependence is united in religion with the strongest consciousness of personal independence. The first of these forms is exhibited in the fetich and nature-worship of the ancient nations; the second in Buddhism, and in the deification of the human, which reaches its full height among the Greeks.< Less
ofHuman A View Through the Lens By Christopher Stets
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Formed in the spring of 2008, ofHuman quickly established a strong foothold in the Columbus music scene. Practicing daily in a 10’x15’ basement, Josh Mason, Adam Gilbert, Stephen Simmons,... More > and Dave Tipple began forging their distinct sound, building songs around vocal hooks, big guitars, and a powerfully effective rhythm section. With a strong D.I.Y. attitude, ofHuman began promoting at the street level. After months of hard work building personal relationships with venue owners and club-goers, as well as the spreading word of their live abilities, the band drew 600 people to their first headliner. At this point ofHuman felt confident enough to enter the studio for their first full length album. Recording ten songs in less than 100 hours at Sonic Lounge Studios in Grove City, Ohio,“All The Plastic Arts” was released in January of 2010. The new material gained the band respect from fans, venue owners, and music critics, making it clear that they are not to be overlooked.< Less
A Collection Of Views From A Broken Hearted By Matthew Giovanisci
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The First collection of blog posts from Matthew Giovanisci from 2005 to 2007.
Lost In Iraq - A View From the Trenches By Todd Kobus
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This book is a collection of stories posted to the website LostInIraq.com. The stories chronicle the deployment of a small group of soldiers within HHB 42nd DIVARTY during our deployment to Iraq... More > from June 2004 through November 2005. The stories tend to be told in the first person based on my personal experience and with my personal spin as I walked the boundaries of military propriety. By no means does this tell the whole story of our deployment. There were plenty of underlying stories that I was either not allowed to talk about or that I decided did not belong on the site.< Less