The Suggestions of the Divine Paperback

Logic Revision of God's and Myths' Transcendence Hypothesis

by Giuseppe Tassani;

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The Suggestions of the Divine

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Giuseppe Tassani strongly believes that every person has a primary duty of reflecting on life, death, and afterlife. Raised Catholic, Tassani is firmly convinced that the intimate need of religiousness can be expressed by praying to God, speaking about God, or meditating. In The Suggestions of the Divine, Tassani considers the nature of the divine and examines whether his analysis is rational and free of any polemic or verbatim intent.

Sharing his beliefs and ideas, Tassani reflects on the themes of transcendence while seeking to demonstrate the results of virtuous research that seems to prove the personal need of a methodical explanation on the greatest myths of existence. As he systematically moves through the myths of creation, faith, divinity, the present, evil, human destiny, and Christ, Tassani attempts to answer a multitude of questions about his own existence and eventually come to a rational interpretation of his presence in the universe.

The Suggestions of the Divine shares one man's thought-provoking reflections as he explores his perplexities, doubts, purpose, and simply wonders why.

The Suggestions of the Divine by Giuseppe Tassani was published by Abbott Press in February 2014. The ISBN for The Suggestions of the Divine is 9781458213051.

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Details for The Suggestions of the Divine

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherAbbott Press (February 2014)
Number of Pages108
Thickness7 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4275611
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