Book: The Book of Life - The Theory of Everything by Paul A. Zecoscategories: Book, Physics, Christianity, Education, Politics, Economics, Psychology, Current Afairs, God's Kingdom, Comparative Religion
Paul A. Zecosabout this book: The Book of Life asserts that the Spirit of each the seven great religions of the world: Judaism, Confucianism, Islam, Taoism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity is respectively: Justice, Wisdom, Forgiveness, Holiness, Grace, Enlightenment and Righteousness, and asserts that these are the seven Spirits of God.
The Book of Life advocates the establishment of one Independent Demilitarized Disarmed Holy Land within each nation for the poor, the weak, the suffering, the alienated, the peace-loving and the righteous, to actually live by love and as an oasis of love for the rest.
The Book of Life also proposes and proves a Theory of Everything for Physics and then it shows its application and validation by Psychology, Business and Economics. Based on that Theory of Everything political solutions to the socioeconomic problems in the current systems are advocated.
Book reviews so far include five star reviews from MBR calling it "A powerful account" and "Revelation", from Readers' Favorites a five star review calling it an "Excellent Book" and "The seven Spirits of God must be placed everywhere as a constant reminder" and from Ava Brooks, a top Amazon reviewer: "Everyone must read The Book of Life. The Book of Life is a Masterpiece."
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