Beyond Mysticism: The Rise of Homo Sapiens

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PublishAmerica, 2006 - History - 199 pages
Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their species! The moral codes that derive from religions have engendered the terrorism that has marked the last two decades. These religions originated in the Neolithic Age when knowledge was believed to spring whole from mystic sources accessible only to a special few. The highest principle of such religions is their own preservation. Any means seem just. Now, because of the great strides in science, politics and economics, the champions of mystic religions perceive their base of power to be under assault. Their answer is terror. Beyond Mysticism: The Rise of Homo Sapiens traces the how and why of humanity's dependency upon ancient mystic ideas and offers a clear and concise alternative that is consistent with human courage and genius.

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