The Goddess and the God: A Synthesis

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Trafford Publishing, 2006 M12 22
The primary premise of Part I of The Goddess and the God: A Synthesis is that the Judeo-Christian Bible can't possibly be the literal word of a Loving Deity, a premise that's supported by ten separate theses that point out numerous biblical contradictions, fallacies, superstitions, and impossibilities; provide evidence based on Nature, personal experience, and spiritual epiphanies of the existence of a Goddess who is Co-Equal to the God; and suggest that, although They are Two Separate Supreme Beings, together They comprise Infinite Love. Part II contains the twenty flexible philosophies of The Chapel of Infinite Love, an alternative faith that comments on some negative aspects of the major world religions but also embraces some of their positive beliefs.

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