History Religion and Truth

History Religion and Truth

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"The truth will set you free ." Could this be a political statement? Knowledge is power, and if you wish to stay in power, you conceal the truth, and tell a good story. In today's society we all have an unique ability to be informed, to gain knowledge we did not have before. There is the internet, and because of it, an obscure human history has become more clear to us. Finding the the truth of things is a slow process that comes in stages. We are not omniscient, yet we care a great deal about truth, we search for it. The truth about ourselves and our history satisfies and gives proper order to reality. We discover new truths, and old beliefs go by the wayside. The Timeus tells us of a Grand Architect that unwittingly creates the world, the description is appropriate to us. We have built our reality, think we are in charge, yet have no clue. The internet is a tool and as all tools it can do good and bad. It can be the tool that gives us the Revelation that destroys the status quo, and it can also be the tool that rebuilds a society. This small book creates a different story of history. The companion website http: //historyreligionandtruth.com/ lets readers debate, decide and update the original story. Maybe we can better find truth through an open reasoned debate that takes place on a website where readers can discuss and select what is true. If in a courtroom we find truth by the consensus of the jury, maybe we can find truth through the consensus of our readers. The original essay is constructed by looking at historical events in the context of new information, and contrasting this with human individual and social traits.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 2.79mm | 104.33g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508564817
  • 9781508564812