The potential solution to the threat will be extremely difficult to accomplish for many reasons but must be attempted.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 02, 2014
The religious and political tension has reached an all time high. Fear from Islamic extremist action in the Middle East has caused worldwide concern and increased demand for a solution. Author M.M. provides insight into the religious/political clash in his new book.
“A Brief Outline of Religious History and the Growing Danger Ahead” by M.M. may be brief, but it is a comprehensive and pertinent read for the masses. M.M. walks readers through a history of religion, religious wars, our place in the world and the seemingly endless conflict between Christians and Muslims.
“The paper was written because I believe a great threat to world peace is imminent. The subjects raised in leading to, and in support of, this belief are intentionally brief and included only to lead to the conclusion,” M.M. said.
Culminating in the author’s solution for a peaceful future, pluralism, “A Brief Outline of Religious History and the Growing Danger Ahead” is an important and timely read in a time of religious war in the Middle East and the major perceived threat on the world.
“The potential solution to the threat will be extremely difficult to accomplish for many reasons but must be attempted,” said the author.
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“A Brief Outline of Religious History and the Growing Danger Ahead”
Available in softcover ($8.10), hardcover ($18.10), e-book ($3.99)
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About the author
M.M. was raised a Catholic and taught to believe the Catholic Church to be the true church and the pope to be the successor of Christ and thus infallible. While serving in the US Army, M.M. used his free time to read and study the Bible. After his time in the army, M.M. was consumed with raising a family, advancing in his career and earner a Bachelor’s of Art in business management. Additionally, he made a Cursillo, became a lector/commentator at Mass, and for a short time, taught a religion class for high school students. His work required travel to 65 countries, giving him the opportunity meet many interesting and education people. The learning of their history and religion was enlightening.
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