Author J L Woolbright Launches a Book That Challenges One’s Beliefs

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An enlightening collection of essays with different subjects that ranges from age-old interests to current issues

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“Science & Religion, like magnets, naturally repel one another. Knowledge (wisdom) is the bridge to understanding both.” Author J L Woolbright has daringly written what he sees and feels about some of the most sensitive issues today in his new publication, Effects of Religion, Government & Science on Mankind.

The book is made up of a series of essays categorized in 13 sections. It offers subjects which are current and others are longstanding interests which are updated and given a modernized outlook. His topics centers on religion. He asks provocative questions such as whether it is religion or government that first became dominant in man’s life. He also discusses the interactions between man and religion, and how the two conflicts with the Natural Law. He tackles the subject of Evolution and Einsteinianism, as well as The Origins of Natural Law, Law of Absolute Right vs. Mankind’s Religious Laws.

Woolbright stresses that he does not intend to put malice on the content as some might find the writings contrary to their acceptance, but all manner of personal opinions are put to the test of historical experts. This book is written to provoke and deliberately challenge one’s convictions. Effects of Religion, Government & Science on Mankind is a refreshing and enlightening read that will open the eyes of the readers to a multitude of possibilities.

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About the Author
J L Woolbright was born in the Arkansas Ozarks of humble parentage with a history that goes back to 13th Century England. He was educated in a two-room country school, then in the city high school which he left at the end of his junior year to go to NEOklahoma State College. He enlisted in the 45th Div., Oklahoma N.G. and ended up being federalized into the Army as a combat medic at the beginning of the Korean War in 1950. He returned two years later as a Sergeant First Class with two bronze stars and resumed premed studies.
As a child, Woolbright devours books and one of his first ambitions is to be a writer. He has written a seven volume series: “250 Years of The Woolbright Families in America”; a three volume series, “500 Year Lineage of the Eisenhauer Family of North America” and a medical teaching manual, “Non-Thrusting Manipulative Procedures in accomplishing Osteopathic Manipulation (especially in the Elderly).”

Effects of Religion, Government & Science on Mankind * by J L Woolbright
‘There is nothing new under the Sun’
Publication Date: December 26, 2012
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 622 pages; 978-1-4653-9047-9
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 622 pages; 978-1-4653-9048-6

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