Australia (PRWEB) June 23, 2014
AUSTRALIA –“A Corrupt Tree” shows the many shortcomings of the Catholic Church. It is a highly detailed look at what is one of the oldest “organizations in the world”. With a hierarchy that stretches back two millennia. This book is the first of four volumes. Each volume catalogues, in a logical and easily accessible form, the Catholic Church’s many shortcomings throughout the centuries, it also shows how immoral men were able to fill the post of Pope during the church’s early years.
It is a truly an engrossing read that urges readers to take away an appreciation of the Catholic Church’s many shortcomings, and to recognize how it could be changed for the better. Its ultimate message is that the Church must provide a loving, accountable, democratic, humane service to its members and to humanity generally. Then, and only then, will the Church of Rome realize the ethos of Christ, and assist in providing a truly humane future for the world in which future generations will live.
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About the Author
Dr A.S. is well qualified for this task. He has degrees from three universities. Before retirement he was engaged in medical research. He has had several articles published in the international scientific media. The principles of reporting the findings of such research lend themselves directly to the systematic presentation of information on centuries of chronic disease prevalence within the Church of Rome.
‘A Corrupt Tree’: by Dr A.S.
An Encyclopaedia of Crimes committed by the Church of Rome against Humanity and the Human Spirit
Publication Date: January 13, 2014
Trade Paperback; AU$39.99; 822 pages; 9781483665368
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