Natural Social Order, Moses, and Jesus Paperback
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Natural Social Order, Moses, and Jesus
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Natural Social Order, Moses, and Jesus demonstrates that the most realistic and practical foundations for life are not those that people choose in order to try to create what they imagine to be a better world. The most realistic and practical foundations inhere in a world and order that people did not create, the natural world and its order.
Discover those foundations and a way of life based upon them. See from an objective, natural worldview, instead of from the more familiar perspectives of artificial worldviews which present subjective, biased, and misleading views of reality and practicality. Instead of focusing on idealistic or other worlds of human imagination and design, be inspired by the real world, the natural world and order that inspired Moses, Jesus, and the Bible.
Learn how much more realistic, practical, and beneficial life can be when it is oriented and adapted to God's creation and order, instead of to man-made worlds and orders which invariably conflict with God's creation. Learn how to live within the original context for life, as life was made to be, as part of the only world and order that gave birth to life and upon which all life depends.
Natural Social Order, Moses, and Jesus by Norman Wangberg was published by Westbow Press in April 2013. The ISBN for Natural Social Order, Moses, and Jesus is 9781449790240.
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|Author / Artist||Norman Wangberg|
|Publisher||Westbow Press (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||264|
|Page last updated||15th December 2017|