Roswell, GA (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
It is apparent that today’s world is in a tumultuous condition. Humanity is facing diverse problems—religious, ethnic, political, and racial intolerance; wars, crimes, drug addiction, and human trafficking; and so much more—which are still seeking for solutions. UNESCO’s statistics indicate that there are about one billion illiterate people around the world and about two out of three people worldwide live on less than two dollars a day and lack access to clean water. When is the time to find the solution to these problems, and how? Author Dr. M. Nevin Nadimi presents an in-depth study of this subject matter in his revealing book, Hope for Peace: History and Teachings of Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism.
Research organizations have indicated that 40 percent of all Americans say they attend religious services. Paradoxically, the United States has the highest documented incarceration in the world. Time has come to find a more effective solution for the ailing society. This literary compendium is wittingly designed to review the teachings of Christianity, Judaism, and Buddhism as a spiritual solution for the community’s problem. Religious institutions have an enormous power on the minds of people and benefit from strong financial resources—spiritual solutions, socio-economic assistance, along with homeland security, are needed to prevent international and social conflicts around the globe.
An eye-opening book that reveals the truth of what is going on in today’s world, this book motivates readers to become aware of their significant role in finding the solutions to the recurring dilemmas that affect the whole world. This book hopes to provide enlightenment and hope to those who have seen the truth of the ailing society.
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About the Author
Dr. M. Nevin Nadimi is a clinical and nuclear cardiologist, a board-certified physician, and a columnist living in Atlanta. He is a former faculty member of the Medical College of Georgia and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP). He was the architect and chairman of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Symposium on Cardiovascular Diseases in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Dr. Nadimi is the co-author of the first description of Zinc-Deficiency Syndrome reported in man, which has brought the attention of international health organizations for treatment of anemia and growth retardation in the developing countries. Despite the remarkable advancement in science, technology, and the world’s economy, poverty, illiteracy, crimes, drug addiction, wars, incarceration, violence, and human trafficking around the world are rampant.
HOPE FOR PEACE * by Dr. M. Nevin Nadimi
History and Teachings of Christianity, Judaism, and Buddhism
Publication Date: August 24, 2012
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