Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
The future of the planet depends on the human understanding of the most important and momentous war on existence- the war on women. To completely understand this, Author P.D. Lingenfelter Highby unravels not only the historical configurations, but also the accompanying ecological, socio-economic, political, and religious and philosophical patterns within that war through her new publication, The War on Women.
Women have always been beaten, raped, tortured, and killed in the war on women, but today, with a more educated populace, the bullies are waging a more passive-aggressive war that includes severe verbal and psychological abuse as well as physical abuse. Cultures are no longer simplistic cave-man cultures of physicality. It has become primarily a War of Words. Words in all aspects- be it historical, ecological, religious and socio-political- have a power to harm and inflict a deeper wound than that of the physical.
With a thorough research and analysis, the author went far back into history and made a timeline showing how this war started. Christian doctrine, using philosophical and theological magical thinking, performed an arrogant feat, seldom understood by the average person. This book uncovers little known and often deliberately hidden “Change of Words” and its drastic ecological, historical, religious, and socio-political consequences. Hereby, it illuminates and explains why and how this war on women equates to a similar war on nature, and eventually leads to a huge split-up between science and religion.
The War on Women is a truly enlightening book that raises awareness and deepens the understanding of the readers with regards to this momentous war. This war is very real, and if the whole of humanity do not work and strive, the reality is not pretty to contemplate.
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About the Author
P.D. Lingenfelter Highby is a retired professor of religious studies and philosophy from Urbana University, Urbana, Ohio, where she taught on campus and at two off-campus sites at a men's prison and a woman's prison. She was no "Ivory Tower" professor. She emphasizes that she obtained her Ph.D. in theology and philosophy not because she prefers these fields, but because she had learned from experience that these categories caused the most harm to women and children. Highby accidentally learned of the religious cover-up and outright erasure of data on the war on women and Nature while using science, not seminary, libraries.
The War on Women* by P.D. Lingenfelter Highby
An Ecological, Historical, Socio-Political, and Religious Synthesis
Publication Date: March 6, 2013
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