A Layman Considers Vanity

A Layman Considers Vanity

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Life "under the sun," the daily struggles, the competition to acquire, to overcome, or just to survive torments our bodies, our minds and our souls. The Hebrew idiom, "under the sun," depicts earthly life, a life without consideration of God. The book of Ecclesiastes staggers through these struggles, and the desperation that results. In "A Layman Considers Vanity" the reader ruminates on these torments to a dimension that reveals their underlying causes. The considerations draw the reader to ponder decisions and their consequences "under the sun" and exposes hope for life "beyond the sun."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 272g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507692781
  • 9781507692783

About Marshall a Lenne

Marshall Lenne is a retired Human Resources Professional who spent thirty-five years observing, analyzing, and affecting human behavior. Educated in parochial schools, he received a Congressional Appointment to the United States Air Force Academy. Upon receipt of his degree and commission, he married and entered pilot training. Rated as USAF Instructor Pilot, he was intimately involved in motivating and training pilots to make right decisions under stress. After completing his USAF service, Marshall entered civilian life and the field of human resources. His studies of Scripture provoked a desire to understand and communicate the effects of a wise or a foolish decision. How to overcome the consequences of foolish decisions and the resulting despair, motivate the considerations in A Layman Considers Vanity. Marshall and his wife live in Green Cove Springs, Florida. They have two daughters, and three grandchildren.show more