Everything in Seven Dimensions…A New Look at an Old Religion

Hidden Bible Taboos Forbidden by Organized Christianity by James Slobodzien
For many, the most potent religious truths are virtually inaccessible—these are principles by which we merely hope to guide ourselves through a complicated and frustrating world in an effort to live well and treat others fairly and with compassion. What if wisdom is not as it seems, not as it has been taught? What if we had the means to comprehend the knowledge and wisdom of God? Dr. James Slobodzien has engaged in a seven year exploration of religious texts and ideology that evolved into the piece Hidden Bible Taboos Forbidden by Organized Christianity, a comprehensive collection of articles that bring insight and clarity for those of us who feel compelled to better understand not religion as it is presented to the masses but wisdom as it is conveyed to us through God’s knowledge. This represents a break from traditional approaches to religious dogma and an effort to get at the underlying truths long obscured by the world’s leading religious, social and political figures. The biased reader might be inclined to write this one off as practically conspiratorial at first glance, but the book proves very thorough in its analysis and, at times, more scientific than dogmatic. Dr. Slobodzien has given us a very unique approach to sacred truths and wisdom, while decrying world leaders (specifically religious authority) for their deliberate obfuscation of greatly significant ideas. If you are interested in a distinct perspective on religious ideology and practices, then Hidden Bible Taboos Forbidden by Organized Christianity is a must read. The book is out now, so do not miss out on your chance to enjoy and learn from this truly enlightening exploration of spiritual wisdom and religion’s complexities.

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