The Now Nexus: An Ontology for the Coming Age

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WestBow Press, Jun 28, 2012 - Religion - 266 pages
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The new-age revolutionthe spirit of truth is leading a new revolution against absurdity, and it is really new. Around the world, powerful and influential new-age believers are being called to wake up to the truth of Jesus Christ. Many who have traditionally abstained from professing their faith are now being made fully conscious of Gods presence in their lives. New-age believers are uniquely prepared to connect the world through faith, business, and culture. The very soul of the new-age movement is now being leveraged in favor of Christ. No longer confined by synthetic ideology, new-age believers can now break down barriers and stereotypes in our society that others simply cannot. We are all called to serve; it is our purpose for being here now. The Now Nexus reveals the way for all to connect and serve in spirit and in truth.

Discover the true Power of Now
Become a Now Watcher
Begin Meditation
Avoid Drooling Clowns
Resist the Joker
Embrace Disillusionment
Have Mercy
Bid Farewell to Manikin
Breathe to Jesus
Find the Theorem of Means: I Z = J
Meet Emeth
Kiss Sophia

The Now Nexus is a spirit-filled case for Christ, but it is also a prophetic warning for our nation to fear the Lord, turn, and run toward Him and the Christian values that He personifies. Like God, words transcend time. Let these words have their way with you.

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About the author (2012)

Don Peek is a Christian, husband, father, and entrepreneur. Faith, family, and business are central to his life. As a small-business owner, he served on corporate distributor counsels including Owens Corning, Associated Materials, and Louisiana Pacific. He has a BBA from Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University.

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