Conversation-Wilderness Cry-Hilary L Hunt MD

cropped-img_0360-1-e1509913859388.pngConversation is likely the most used mode of communication the world has known to date. It can be verbal or cyber, even mathematical. It can be general or specific, sign language or code, pleasant or hostile, just to mention a few attributes. It can even be one-sided as in a lecture if questions are allowed. I have written a book’ Wilderness Cry- A Scientific and Philosophical Approach to Understanding God and the Universe. In this book I am attempting to converse with you a philosophy of God and His mode of operation, which likely you have never heard before. I call it a conversation because repeatedly, I ask for any and all meaningful rebuttal. In actually defining God as “A Perfect Rational Being”, I am easily able to answer and define all the imponderable “mysteries” in our lives; The Trinity, God’s Will, Eternity, overview of the science of creation, the soul. I show that God is Perfect Love which means “acceptance without conditions”. In applying those principles to our daily lives and existence, I am able to show that because of our failure to recognize the basics of personality development, our legal system is way off base in administering corrective measures. Those measures should be more in the form of loving rehabilitation of our neighbor where possible, rather than punishment. Developing those principles allow me to show that ideologies and religion are the worst enemies of peace because they divide us by setting us against one another. On the other hand, love (acceptance) of neighbor as Jesus suggested unite us and promote peace. You might want to check it out. Amazon, Kindle and all on-line book retailers.

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