Tuesday, September 28, 2021

My book Elucidating Christianity is now available

Thank You Chuck Swindoll for your work, & 'Love of Humanity' (& to YouTube, for sharing) . . . Get 'Elucidating Christianity' **Here** . . . An excerpt: 
Elucidating Christianity examines what happens to a person’s development and psychology when they believe they are a sinner. What are the unseen behavioral effects and mental forces deployed when the world is concluded to a sinner’s enterprise? How does an individual develop when they must identify through Jesus rather than themselves? What was the sociology of the cultures that initiated Christianity, and what was the environment which undergirded its imperialistic posture over time? Elucidating Christianity is an examination of these kinds of concerns that often go unnoticed by the Christian, because like the enabler or codependent, they are oblivious of their own psychology and what drives their motivations. Elucidating Christianity examines the assured world within which the Christian imagines themselves, and scrutinizes assumptions every Christian forgot to doubt. By opening a self-dialog inside the Christian, Elucidating Christianity coaxes through cognitive dissonance an undiscovered Nature long forgotten in Eden, when humanity was condemned for not following the narrative and for thinking for themselves. Elucidating Christianity unapologetically gives permission to the Christian to think for themselves and become like Thomas the doubter, and merit the opportunity to place their hand into the flesh of God. Heresy is an elixir for both commoner and king, so here is an invitation to drink for yourself Elucidating Christianity’s heretical libation of liberation through triangulation.

Quotes from Elucidating Christianity:

Page 27 “Every rich sauce needs a spot of vinegar just as our spiritual inclinations need a drizzle of heresy.”

Page 52 “Self-discovery becomes self-guided through our gifts because as Nature creatures, we self-organize. This is why it is important to foster interests in children, because their inclinations will someday liberate them.”

Page 55 “The driver, the artist, the king, the fool, anyone who wishes to experience the rapture of the now, must trust themselves and life completely, without desiring or fearing the fruits of consequence.”

Page 66 “Spirituality can easily move from organic to geometric, and this disturbs the authentic life.”

Page 77 “Our own infinite potential cannot be grasped or measured, so to frame it in religious architecture is to heap contempt upon the consciousness which manifests it.”

Page 99 “Faith is not the act of believing in something unknown, it is to experience the unknowable.”

Page 151 “A cognizable God is a red herring.”

Page 160 “Believing from childhood one has been caught up in the exclusively right spiritual path for all humanity becomes as psychologically blinding as the scientist who believes he is smarter than the Nature which composes him, or the narcissist who assumes the world to forms of their own vanity.”

Page 176 “Spiritual bigotry is the developmental burnt offering smoldering on the altar of the ends justifies the means and peace at any price.”

Page 216 “It is in the pain of life we overcome fear of our own potentials so that we can become them.”

Page 222 “By seeing life as a perfect balance of wholeness which includes both good and evil, its insecurity becomes our rapture, its Mystery our substance, and its mercilessness our merit.”

Page 232 “Truth cannot be planned, explicated, or tabled anymore than love is expected, defined, or scheduled. Nature, the universe around you, you yourself, are ineffable.”

Page 235 “We are like wine, we can’t be forced, threatened, or commanded into development, it takes trust, risk, and time.”

Page 268 “Self-development is a journey in both good and evil so that they can be accorded, not to act as pre-game conditioning for a one-sided pyrrhic victory.”

Page 270 “Nature cannot become out of balance, and as the mind accords this, anxiety is transformed into laughter.”

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