Eternity in Their Hearts

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Regal Books, 1984 - Religion - 223 pages
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The photograph on the cover of this book portrays the ruins of Machu Picchu, a majestic fortess in Peru built in the fifteenth century. Anyone who has been awed by its splendor will want to read how Pachacuti, the Inca king who founded it, accomplished something far more significant than merely building fortesses, temples or monuments. His story is yet another example of how the concept of a supreme God has existed for centuries in hundreds of cultures throughtout the world.

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Should not be taken seriously. Commercializing people's spirituality is despicable and Mr. Richardson (his PhD is honorary from a religious school)takes it again to new levels. No information is primary sourced and he sells people what they want to hear-- we are good, they are bad savages.
Please, if anyone still reads this, post sources where the story can be confirmed.
WT Arens
 

Review: Eternity in Their Hearts: Startling Evidence of Belief in the One True God in Hundreds of Cultures Throughout the World

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I thought this book was very thought provoking. I read this for my Geography class, and actually enjoyed it. I didn't rate it five stars, because of the way the author wrote it expecting a science ... Read full review

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About the author (1984)

Don Richardson is a missionary statesman, linguist and bestselling author who teaches worldwide in churches, conferences, campus settings and other venues on topics related to missions and cultures. Author of Peace Child, Lords of the Earth, Eternity in Their Hearts, Secrets of the Koran and his self-published Unhidden, Don served for 15 years under World Team in Papua, Indonesia among the Sawi tribe, former cannibal-headhunters. He holds an honorary doctorate of literature from Biola University and is an ordained pastor.

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