The Book of Life: The Theory of Everything by Paul Zecas contains a fresh perspective on what must be done to free the spirit of humankind from the coercive controls which limit each of us from living a free life. Zecas shows us the choice between an eternal life or the end of life with death.
Zecas explains how love is righteous, enlightening, holy, forgiving, wise, just and aimed at serving the best interest of others and not just ourselves. Love is
Zecas is critical of religious hypocrites who fuel the fires of hate in areas like Kandahar, Kashmir, parts of the Congo and Iran. He calls for the quick development of poor countries through tax free industrial trade areas that promote freer trade. In addition, the author believes that public corporations should be regulated from within by a strong set of values. Zecas provides a very extensive reference section at the end of the book which draws from the Bible, Confucius, The Koran, Lao Tzu and many others.
The Book of Life is a fascinating collection of discussions on some of the most controversial areas of religion, philosophy, ethics, governance and human relations virtually everywhere on earth. Readers could develop very engaging debates on numerous topics contained in the book. The presentation is written to be understood easily by a wide audience in academe and elsewhere.Powered by Sidelines