Everyman's Prayer Book

Everyman's Prayer Book

Democratic Governments And Their Courts: The Other Great Religions

eBook - 2014
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The world is replete with conflicts between various governments and various religious factions. Author and retired educator H. Kenneth MacLennan has come to realize that these conflicts will not be resolved until the believers of these religions and governments better understand the true nature of those things in which they believe. Everymans Prayer Book is a humorous, satirical, and a sometimes serious look at the nature of how democratic governments and their courts using many of the same pillars and elements of the legal definition of witchcraft (crafty science, sorcery, and fortune telling) to procure tax payments from believers as Christianity uses in seeking offerings from believers. In considering the nature of democratic governments and their courts, you will find important truths and insights into human nature. Those insights and truths will be revealed through satirizing, ridiculing, lampooning, skewering, deflating, dissecting, embarrassing, undressing, unmasking, and exposing the illusion that the crafty science of democracy represents the people, and that there is such a thing as real justice in the courts of democratic governments. Without faith in the existence and power of God, although the concept of faith is without foundation and the opposite of reason, believers would not accept the power of religions or democratic governments and their courts.
Publisher: [United States] :, iUniverse,, 2014
Made available through hoopla
ISBN: 9781491738924
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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