Book Reviews: The Svoreign Bible by Simon Jeppscategories: Book, Spirituality, Bible, Edward Jepps, Religious Diversity, Holy Truce, Jeppsian Scripture, Religion
Author: Simon Jepps
Further To My First ReviewSimon E Jepps has actually written a number of works including music scores. All are fairly fascinating reads not just on eye opening philosophy but on other topics too.
I Can See Clearly NowHello, my name is Janet. I am 56 years old living with my husband of 34 years. We live in the state of Georgia, born in the state of Tennessee. Just a real southern gal. I brought up as a liberal Catholic and some Southern Baptist in my blood as well. Reading Simon Jepps book changed my life forever. I see things much clearer than before. I understand where Simon is coming from because it makes sense in this crazy world of ours. I believe that if we as humans plan on still want to walk the beautiful earth that was given to each of us, we had better start making some changes. They are not costly changes or even hard ones to make. Just simple ones ones like loving one another and not giving a hoot what religion we are, but just joining each other in peace and minding our own business and letting hate rule us. I feel honored that I can call Simon a friend. He has a beautiful mind and soul. His insight has brought to me a more peaceful way of living and I hope you read his book and see what I see now. Thank you Simon, keep writing what you see and believe. [by Janet]
An Eye Opener to Say The Least!"Eye opener" in more meanings than one. Just the opening poem from the first book, titled, "Of The Beginning", presents to you in one sentence, the concept of God having both compassion, empathy and most importantly a 'discretionary open mind' to religious diversity, with the line, "The eyes of God both open and closed...". This book clearly explains why there is no "final" prophet and how the nature of God is infinitely diverse, 'prophethood' being the dominant theme, and said to be an eternal truth forever to prevail. The book very wonderfully lifts an age old cloud of superstitious dogma and pollution that has confused many agnostics for centuries. A very exciting read indeed.
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