This book was written to put forth the concept that those who were ignorant of the reality of God, on their best day, worshipped him according to their own lack of understanding; they simply worshipped what was commonly characterized as a spirit.
For the past 4,000 years or so, the “civilized” world has been referring to God as something immaterial and could not be seen with the naked eye. However, over time and the advent of the philosopher and other scientists, the lack of empirical evidence produced many other schools of thought that simply arrived at the conclusion that there is no God at all. These diverse school produced a great vaccum in the mind of most, which eventually lead to the basis of modern thought that being perpertuated throughout the educational systems of this world.
In the schools of thought today universally, the two major camps are “believers and non-believers.” There are those who say they believe in God as a spirit and those who say that since they cannot empirically substantiate the reality of God, he or it doesn’t exist. What’s consistent with them both is ignorance of the reality; therefore, it stands to reason that if the reality is made manifest, all of their world that’s build upon their ignorance (white world) would automatically unravel.
- Paperback: 82 pages
- Publisher: Secretarius MEMPS Publications (January 2, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1884855040
- ISBN-13: 978-1884855047